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BY THE are those who kiep their n.iTiiet prominently befnre the public when trade la iood .1 well its when it it dull. wli-eu- t Inn lm and the most mcreMliil 'I he men mie VOL. XV. STOP TOUR COUGH NO. 18. WITn MM. By JOSEPHINE BOWEN. IOopvrlht hy American Press Association. Tear, T.Irs. Burto'n," lie said tuica iungus, vitut. jiunrnuiiessf Cronp, Wliooplnff Congli, HronchIUfl, Incipient Consumption, nnil trill relievo coiisumpllvo undents In stages ; will euro when enrn-nbland rnlioroin tlio worst cases. Seo that C. C. C. is Mown In orory not-tl- o nndtnlio no otltor. J. C. MENDENHALI. cd o. 1 -- EVAsvir.i,!:, , SOLE PROPRIETORS, 25 Price CO.,o. & OENERALLY. ) SOLD BY DRUOOI8T8 Indiana. M Jlcmovo Corns, Warts & Unnlons Tilth 2B Gtmt. a, SOLD AND CERTAIN CORN CURE. WATlR-A.fTE- BOTTIjE. BY BANK OF HAKD1NSBUHG Capital Stock $25,000. U. F. HEARD, President. WILL AllLLKlt, M. II. HUAIIK, Cashier. 0. V. IJKAKD I IiM1U.S btSKlUDtlK J K. M JOLLV. DltecUrs. 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""lANI.. iha waiph. ar "" i SCOTFS Tf I CONSUMPTION k E fr" I ' you are in one sense one of themselves you livo apart from them in thought COLDS and feeling. Do you expect gratitude Wasting IDisoaces when you sacrifice your comfort and endanger your health them? I Wonderful Flosh Producer. been a physician for for years, have fifteen Miss Many haro gained ono pound Burton, nud I have found but fow casoa of gratitude. My patients aro often too por day by ita.uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret poor to pay me, but thoy generally re gard themselves as tho injured parties in romody. It contains tlio stimulattho transaction ing properties of tho Hypoplios-pliitc- s indeed, I mightand aro seldom grateful; with you that and puro Norwegian Cod hate me, but yetsaylovo my work. they SucI Liver Oil, tlio potency of both cess is my greatest reward. I love to being largely increased. It is used savo life, and so do yott. by Physicians all ovor tho world. "In regard to our patient hero, I can uiderstand why it is more pleasant for PALATABLE AS MILK. you to caro for him. Ho is very handSold by all Druggists, some, and as you saved his life you have SCOTT &. BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. a right to feel a great interest in him." "I wonder if ho lives in Orquay?" said iii:srr'ivi-eP- f Janio. fiii Mil lt an thf wti lit. OurhatrmlurfWif "No," replied tho doctor decidedly, (I ind to unrqi p "ho would bo as much out of placo in tiif rifr pvxl Inwill rndMtiir rxti tuiiXK ttt?n Orquay as on tlio Sonder. Doubtless ha ftbov Onlr lliuti whonritr IV4,, UIBvfih xwef tit us at oncrn mikt mri of will bo inquired after and found. In the S iherhtintt Allroulnreiudulii Muni ir to liov pur fnnc to meantime wo must tako as good care of tlinM who rll jour nrfrhbort EYE ml thw aroimq you The br him as wo can. But bo careful of your rfntilnz of Hill dffrtlwmfnt EM0RE howi tht mitl end of thf te)t own health and strength, Miss Burton, TU fuJorrlnr cut tbi tpptiiraiica of It rcducrd to ieop. frt and remember that tho rich and hand-Bom- o can bo ungrateful as Well as the poor and homely." IU bulk. It part hut tti fiftieth U ofto e arr. Wa If a prinJ. doublf ilxa tl- no change after i.ix.at Urrt aa aar 1 a tUjr atwill alio ihow you bow rou to 0 ran inaka from lit, from tli Urt,witb. in Day patientday passed, withsinking. savo a gradual tho oni ierlno Iltlr writ at onca. Wa pay all atprt il rharct I IIALLETrL0..Box88O. I'OKTLAHb. MAlHlf At first a fow neighbors, curious to see tho man saved out of tho river by "that proud Janio Burton," camo and offered to help, but thoy looked so aguo stricken and woebegone, so obviously in need of help themselves that Mrs. Burton, at VffTJW'LwSw'IzM Janio's entreaty, sent them away with thanks, saying that they could do nil thero was to bo done. As to Janie, tlio tides of Ufo were running high with her. She seemed incapable of fatigue, and the doctor on his daily visits looked upon her with wonder. Instead of weariness there Her faro had lost its was buoyancy. pallor, and was blooming as if sho had Una removed and will be found over F. N partaken sonw fabled elixir of life. As ho watched her hovering over tho D'Huy'o Jowlerj Store, where I will be pleatstill unconscious man, with that grand ed In see all old and now customers. maternal look in her faco so characterAll work In my line of business will have istic of all truly noble women when car.prompt nttentlm. ing for tho helpless or suffering, ho expeI wllTat nny time mnke Vliws to order. rienced a pang of anguish when ho PICTURE FBAMR3 FOIl SAI-E- . thought what tho awakening and reacN. II. Old riclurcs copied and onlnrged. tion might be. Ilcinemlier the new place of business li over "Ho had bettor die," was tho thought 1 N, D'MUyy, Jewelry Store, of .tlio physician, "than totlivo to break Cloverport, ICr. tho heart of such a woman, as I feel that ho will. And yot ho must not dio if 1 J i 1JUY YOUliSCHOOL BOOKS FUOM DAB- -' can savo him. Ho must bo restored. Yet sho will dio unless ho returns her BAflE. love. A woman is a strango creature anyway. Think of her loving this man w3io lias never been ablo to recognize her, whoso name sho doesn't know, who may even havo a wifel It is past belief. By his bedside sho is transformed. If he n nil ri in linn ni regains consciousness, as I think he will, ho will seo her at her best. God grant for catalogue. ho may not blight such a flower." TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenh Still the days went on, nnd thero was no change. On Sundays nn elderly, hard "ro TAver CompXatnt. nytnilnf nuiMim Affection and working man came and sat awhile by tho bed and thon went away. He was tho Vostivenes. At drucglaU. I'rlco 25 eta. husband and father, who was at homo no other dfly, Tho boys fished, brought hoina and milked tho cow, cut wood and did other chores about tho place. Tho mother attended to her hoiteowork, nnd at night watched for three hours while Janie slept, anl every day tho doctor camo. It was not his busiest season, and ho could spend an hour or two daily by thobedsido of his still unknown patient, for no inquiSola Ay all druggists.) (Prlca only 25 cents. ries had been mado about him, although Believes quickly Rheumatism, Neutho story of tho rescue had found its way ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, into tho columns of Tho Orquay News. Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Nor had ho i a his delirium given a history Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. of his life good or bad. "it is only in fiction that connected Notice the label on your paper mitt stories aro told in tho ravings of fover. uuelf your time expire title itieiith. In reality tho labored .breathing, the SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUGHS help in nursing." Janiohad been standing at tho corner of tho fireplaco silent and atteritive, with pale faco and compressed lips. "Doctor," sho said at last, "I am going to tako caro of him until he gets well or dies. I shall'watch him day and night, and I want no help." "Miss Benton," replied tho doctor gravely,-"yorisked your life last night to save a human being. It was a noble thing to do. Tho occasion called for heroic action and you wero equal to it, but don't throw away your Hfo or your health unnecessarily; thero would be nothing praiseworthy in that." "I shouldn't do it for praise; I am tired of thinking about myself and hating the people on the Sonder," sho answered impetuously. "I am glad that I have this man to tako care of. I want to work hard and ho is not like tho rest." "By 'tho rest' I suppose you mean theso poor neighbors of ours nmongihe bluffs. What have- they done, I won dor, to deservo your hatred? I think 1 hovo feen you holding their babies in your anna when they were nearly dead with fever; I think I ltave seen you nursing and caring for my patients when I trembled for your own safety. Do you hate thoso whom yon help to save from death? I do not," ho added with a smile. "They ha to me," sho answered bitterly. "Yon are mistaken. They fail to understand you. They feel that although u - a few questions. It was n wonderful escape from death. But ho may die yet. Ho is not very strong naturally, and ho must haro been in that icy water a long tunc. Has ho no papers, nothing to show who ho is? Ho is past telling now, and may remain so for some time." "There wero some bills in his pockets and a littlo knife, nothing more." "Uso tho money as far as it will go. Let tho boys go to Orquay and get some brandy. I will furnish tho medicine, as I am in tho habit of doing. This is hard on you and your daughter, very hard, but it would bo certain death to attempt Ms removal. I cannot reliove you of the caro, but J can of any anxiety in regard to expenses. I will tako that responsibility myself, and I will send you soma nt lenRth, in a voice which exactly suited his face, "that this is a very serious ca30. Tlio man h badly bruised from having been knocked about among tho logs. You we, tho boys told me. I asked them "I arafflL I J iFum W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. privilege." Mrs. Burton, when sho know that the crisis was passed, retired to the attic to rest and sleep. Tho doctor drew his chair to tho hearth,- stirrt'd up the smoldering fire and laid on fresh wood. Janio had disappeared, but soon returned with delicious coffee, cream toast and cold chicken, which she placed on a stand, nnd drawing it up in front of the tiro requested tho doctor to eat, while sho took her position by tho bed. "I am going to bo obstinate as well aa you," ho Bjiid; "I will not touch your nice lunch unless you eat with mo. Comet" Ho drew' a chair opposite his own, and sho camo and sat down. ilHow good this coffee smollsl" ho said. "I have found out tho secret of your family's health in tho midst of all this malaria. Your mother knows how to feed her children and how to keep everything pure. Sho is ono of those who could make the stable in Bethlehem n fitting placo for tho advent of tho King. If your mother and you should start out and convert all tho peo-pl- o on the Sonder to your way of living I should havo to move away." Janio sipped her coffee with her eyes fixed upon the glowing firo and mado no response to tho doctor's kindly praises. "How long will it lie' she asked at length, "beforo ho can talk before ho will bo well?" "Ho will talk a littlo or rather today, when ho akes, but he must not be questioned or worried. I need not tell you that, however. What a born nurso you are! This man, who-ovho Is, owes his life to you, twice over. A month of such devotion! How havo you kept up? It is tho most wonderful thing that I ever knew." ' "I am strong," sho replied; "I haven't felt tired, but it will soon bo over, the weather will bo hot and thero will bo fever all along the Sonder, and tho days will be so.loug." There was an infinite pathos in her voico and words that shook tho firmness of the man opposite her. His voice trembled in spito of his self control ns ho replied: "Hoe for tlie best, MibS Janie Try to thin): everything jwill be as you desire. From my heart J. hope that no disappointment awaits you, but should it be otherwise bo courageous. You aro young, with a grand capacity for happiness nnd usefulness. Time is tho great healer and consoler. "Thero is no trouble, however it may seem, that cannot bt lived through by a bravo soul. If wc lose tho ono great joy of our lives we will find that much Is left worth Hying for. I havo seen you walking, on the bluffs iu tho early morning, hrpatjhlng tho purer air and gaining health for your body; remember thero ar moral heights to bo climbed and health ,to be gained for tio soul as well. Will yon promiso mo to try to ba a brayo ,'grl, whatever courso events may take, during the noxt fow weeks?" "Yes, I will try," she said, and burst Into a passion of tears. -er unen-durablo stay her'e "Very well. I havo no right to command you. Yon havo not employed me as your physician, but as your friend; if you will consider mo such I will Bay you are unreasonable, but that is a wo-lean- sliarp cry, the heart breaking moan and uuuttered meaningless words, tell no story of the past only ono of present suffering nnd a terrible battle with tho king of terrors on tha sands of a shadowy sea. ' So theso three, mother, daughter nnd physician, watched tho stranger as ho went down, down to tho river of death. At length thero camo a day when thero was a slight change in tho daily routine. As soon as tho doctor had looked at his patient ho asked that tho loys might tako caro of his horso. , "I shall stay today and ho said. "By midniglrt wo shall know tho worst or tho best, whichever it may be." Ho looked at Janie. "Lovo is immortal in her eyes," he thought. "Sho doesn't believe that ho can die, but it will bo far better for her if ho docs. Sho will always bellevo then that her lovo would havo been returned, and if no ono claims him sho can havo his grave to lovo and dovoto her lifo to planting flowers on it but I think ho will live, and what then? Well, wo shall seo." As midnight npproached a deep silence fell upon the threo watchers. Tho doctor sat with hi3 fingers on tho pulso of his patient. Janio stood near him with a look of awe on her face, but with no fear. Her mother sat near tho foot of tho bed, her head resting upon her hands, waiting. Suddenly there was a slight movement; the doctor arose, laid the sick man's hand across his breast, slightly changed tho position of his head, drew tho covers up over his shoulders, then turned to Janio and said: "Go up to bed now and sleep until morning." "Is ho dead?" she asked, with whito lips. "No, ho is asleep. His sleep his natural, his skin is moist. When ho wakes he will bo conscious, but very weak. I will watch until then, and it may bo several hours. The few moments nfter ho awokens will bo critical ones. I want to be by him then. Can you sleep? If not I will give you something to make you sleep. You must rest. "Oh, not Please let mo stay. I don't caro if I dio Let me t! 's "Yes, I have eaten of the tree of knowledge, nnd to me tho fruit tasted of death. But no matter for that. I am going to 6peak to you as one man to another. Jane Burton is a noble and beautiful girl. Her iwtrents uro New England people, poor, it is true, but with a certain refinement and fair education. Yon can tell that by tho speech of the family. Their language is as good as yours or mine. She has grown up here among these rude settlers like a lily nmoug thorns. A lily is no purer, a wljd rose is no sweeter, an angel Is no stronger or more helpful. "Sho has never loved, having seen no one to love until sho dragged a handsome iugrate out of the hands of death. God pity her if she has wanned n frozen bcorpion to life iu her bosom. You lt that you could lovo her if sho wero In your 'set.' Such lovo would be an insult to a woman like her. You aro incapable of any love with her acceptance. 3ut I will waste no moro words o:i you. 5fou must not stay hero any longer. You ire nblo to bo taken to my house, and I .'ill tako you tnere In the meantime givo Mrs. Button a check for lier trouble and tho expense sho h:is on your account, but don't insult her daughter by offering her a present." So saying Dr, Selwyn strode out of tho house and drovo away with a look of wrath on his faco and a bittjnie.34 iu his heart beyond auything he ha I over known in all his troubled life. After tho departure of D. Harry Forrerter fell into a vt tho oituation. He was not within i feeling of gratltnlo, but his. nature wa3 shallow, his "emotions, if ho could be said to havo any, wero but a ripple on the, surfneo. Tho power of an absorbing passion was somothiug of which ho hnd A gdod waltzer no compro'ionsiou. with a doll fasj un 1 a bloadj. Iioad was his ideal of wemjuhood; such an one lie meant; to placq'ut the hea 1 of his grand new housa in St. Louis. But now ho was in an awltward fix. Hero was a fine young wo:inn in lovo with him a fact which would havo added, to Ills self complacency only for tho Jittlo circura-stanc- b that ho owed his Hfo to hor, and that jir. Selwyn, who was .certainly a very fluo man, seemed to think that he, Harry Forrester, was acting tho scoundrel. Hero, he hegan to rovolve in his miud Jut subject of a reward. "Confoua 1 Selwyn's pride!" ho said to jluiself. "I know girls thyro are thousands of tilings that they want, nnd I am going to find out what sho would like." Hia reflections wero Interrupted by tho entrance of Janie herself, with her hands nd-mst-vly man." expression or real anxiety on nls f.tco. "Sho has saved your lifo twice once at tho eminent risk of her own and again by her dovoted nursing. Ymt nro tho ono to placo an estimate on tho valno of such service.'' Tho two men wero alone. Janie had gone for a walk on tho bluffs and Mrs. Burton hnd borrowed a neighbor's wagon, and with tho boys had gono to Orquay for household supplies. Ten dnys of convalescence had dono wonders for tho stranger; ho was now out of danger and rapidly recovering. "It was a wonderful thing for a girl to do, that is a fact," ho resumed. "I was about gono. I remsinber Iter hands how they held on to mine. I don't remember anything else until I awoke and saw you leaning over mo." "I havo not mentioned It before," said the doctor, "but I havo wondered why you wero not missed and searched after." "Oil, that isn't strango at all. I often strike out for a trip, and I seldom write to tho governor unless I have business. I havo no mother to worry about mo. As I told you, I was thinking of investing a few thousands in timber lands, nnd was looking through hero when this happened. A mighty close call, I can tell you, and then to bo rescued by a girl. A nice job it is, I must say! But how am I to reward her? I want you to help mo with your advice. I havo been studying it ovor ovor since I could think at all. Of courso I am going to do the fair thing give her mother a )ot of money if sho will have it, and nil that, but what must I give the girl?" "Give hor tho life that sho saved. Givo her your heart If you have pne." "Oh, by Jove, doctor, that Is going ft too strong. I don't say'that I couldn't lovo the girl, and if I lived In theso woods itwould.be all right. Buttotake her to St. Louis and introduce her into my sot, I couldn't, you knqw, and then her family! Oh, no ask me to do something easy." "As easy, for instance, as for a girl to pull you out of the clutches of death and nurso you back to Hfo and trengtll." "I say I will do anything in rctison. In a novel of courso I should fall in lovo and marry her regardless of convention alities. But I will mako a confession to you, doctor. Two days before I fell into that cursed creek I was at a ball, and I mot my divinity there a little angel In rose colored tulle and 'I waltzed with ber all night. Do you know, while I was lying hero with this fover I was waltzing with her, by Jove waltzing over red hot sand dying with thirst and she seemed to bo n living coal of fire; her rose colored dress was flame, and when I thought I was burning to a coal myself an angel would come nnd cool the awful heUt and give mo water. The angel was Janio Burton. I know that now." , "Young man," said tho doctor, solemnly, "I wish to God you had drowned beforo' you reached the bridge that night. You nre not worth the sacrifice of he.' life." "Thanks, awfully, for tho compliment: but it occurs to mo that sho is yet alive and well; and something else occurs to me, by tho way. You talk as if you loved her yoursolf. You aro a bachelor; what stands In the way?" "Be careful, sir, how you speak. A man wants the lovo of the voman whom ho marries. She has unfortunately bestowed hers elsewhere. I shall liover marry. 1 havo had-- long struggle with adverso circumstancos, and now I havo established a mission among theso hills. I mean to devoto my life to the fover stricken settlers along tho Sonder." "Not a very brilliant prosioct, I should say," drawled Forrester. "No, but more satisfying to mo than life in what you call society." "You havo had experience, of course. One can see that you nre a cultured a uH of early wlldflowers, which she lnhi on a staud at his side. y ft I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR U m r iinm V"lvrl Left nt my store. Therefore I cull your attention to my new and handsome line of Goods, consisting of JT TW7TVT jLiJEimm Amjr as TTt N TTt T i ' o Puch 11 H. 1HR i T EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGCKS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, "I'ou m( "How well you look!" ho exclaimed Do you know, Miss half enviously. Janio, the doctor says that I havo trouWater Drawers and I'nin bled you long enough, and ho means to and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Ihiggies, Hond (nits. tako mo away to his houso Janie stood as if turned to marble, Phaetons ami Spring Wagons. while tho color slowly drifted out of her J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL face. fiCash paid for Country Produce, such us Hides, Feathers, Kpgs, &c. Harry Forrester looked up, expecting a reply, nnd was struck with pity at hor My house is situated on S miliary Street, opposite Public Jlall. expression. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleas"Do sit down," he said, "and let us ing all. as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save talk a littlo." Ho reached for a chair Money for all who favor me with their patronage. and sho dropped Into it. "Aro you 6orry to bo rid of your troublesome charge, Miss Jnnie?" "Yes," she said. "My lifo has been so Farmers' Supply House, IlAHDiNsurud, Kv. different of late; but it is all over now, and thero will never bo nny change again." "Oil, don't think tliat; I am sure I Co, Louisville. St. Louis & Texas R. hope that yon will bo very happy." acvtwTY irvr" .r:s crvlTIt'lia- -i Her eyes wero downcast, nnd as he looked at her ho was for the first time struck by tho statuesque beauty of her face and form, and ho began to wonder To cure ItlllonsncBS, Sick Headache, ConstiTultlliK Effect if after all she were not tho disguised pation, Malari.i, Liver Complaints, take princess of somo fniry story. His At 5:00 o'clcl. A, M Sunday.Aug. 24, 1890 tlio safo and certain remedy, thoughts found expression: "I hope you Etitt Bound Traint SMITH'S will pardon mo, Miss Janio, but haven't Wttt Bound Traint you seen better days?" 03 ol Mull & Mall . "No," slio answered, "I never saw any Kxpr'ii Itxpr'n STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'a better days than these, nnd 1 nover shall Daily Pally D.illy Dally seoany better. There is no romance BiBpinl Slfiun Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 110pm UQSptn about me, Mr. Forrester, I am not even 0 40 trio Hip SM AM. Size (40 littlo llcans to tlio 8 51) Kentucky St. 12 55 83) bottle) TiiEr xnn tub most convenient. U U0 8 7 20 a foundling. My father is a machinist Weil l'nlnt 12 15 1212pm 8 05 Sultnlilo lor-- txlt Agea, 7 25 9 0:1 Howard and works in Orquay. Wo livo out here 745 'Price of oltltcr wlio. 25c. er Hottlc. 1157am 745 Xlixk Ilncn 9 20 7 .V because it is cheaper. Wo own this 751 Urancli 1147 9 27 7 27 llramleiiburjr 11.11 9 37 little place, and the boys run wild in tho 8 03 L fc 3 &9 W H I Q OS Mailed for I eta. 7 2:1 i or tumpa). 9 40 8 00 Mettle Springs 1131 I .voals except when thero is a school." 1128 717 Kkroti 9 4ft 8 13 1.3. 7 09 1120 8 20 Guston 954 (TO BE CONTINUED.) 7 00 1110 10UI 823 iMliiBton SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wogon Material, Iron of he growing delirious again. all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Salt ,Vr. ForrcnUr." and. Cement, Brick nnd Tiling for Hues and drainage, COOK AND HEATING STOVES I TIME SCHEDULE 3TO. 16. B LE BEANS (copi-tr- 111 F.SMITH&CO.lIiler.oP-nlt.KHhAKS'Sr.nUI- Not Able To Walk. I was confined to my bed for six months with Itheumntism, not nblo to walk a step.. All of the remedies usually prescribed for tliis disease having been employed to no effect. I commenced taking S. S. S. I havo now taken 11 bottles of this excellent medicine and am on my feet, nttending to all of my houso work as of yore. I feel that I cannot sufficiently express my thanks for tho benefit I have received of this modi--cinMits. M. A. 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Pasag'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky r. m.'JrV wir,4P.r5r ATi IU V S.aTjV'ajV A nBaTTVCr THE BEST CnEAl'ENT CONSIDERING w laVajaWr MEDICINE MOWN LIVE CHILL CURE. MEDICINE IT WIXJJ ALSO OTJH33 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, AND CIIRONIO CONSTIPATION. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. C. C. MARTIN CHAPTER i - F8NESJ9 3SES. Y fCw? 5t1 A ttk. n ta 1 n. '' J ' M I According to tho bulletin issued by FRUIT-TR- EES tho Census Office, Kentucky municipalities havo a debt of $0,592,300 in excess of their resources, against $1,358,551 in Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, 1880. Tho figures for the principal muFull lino of small Fruits, for nicipal indebtedness nro as follows: &c. Louisville, $8,189,000; Newport, $1,072,-00- Fall 1890. Write for special prices Dayton, $138,114; Owensboro,,-000- ; to buy Paris, $50,000 ; Frankfort, $241,500; on lots. It will pay you Danville, $2,800; Ilopkinsville, $25,000. your trees at home. Danville, Ilopkinsville, Paris and Itich-mon- tl All stock warranted true to name. havo resources in excess of their indebtedness. 100.000 Cloverport, DRUGGIST NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICC. Ky. TO El Court OFFICE, 61 TlSJJSr Agents OH $0yinled ft 1 8; 1 MM Brewster1! Battiy Italu Holdan' nway to Introduction. Erarj arte owner burl tmtn I to O. Uee iKver under hoiaca' feel, bend tt ctou to tiar toatatt and packtna In atn r.irKlrktlPUtfdKampliUntM-ll.ri.re- i ctt HranaUr Mfk-.to-.. llol!y..1ltlu W. S. ASHBY. SALVATION OIL "Olt'p her the life that the $avcd." That is what puzzles me." And, the patient, Harry Forrester, leaned hack In tho comfortable chair which had been provided for him, and looked up with an "now am I to reward hor, Dr. Solwyn? "Why, Tommy, you nwful boy," said Sister Sallle, as tho happy hearted vouth leaned from behind tho sofa with screccli and thrust his a masked faco into Mr. Slowgo s. "Dear, dear." casped Slowgo, "what did you screech so for, Tommy? You gave mo nn awful start." "Did I?" chuckled tho wretch. "Well, thnt'H what t did it for. Sister Sal said tho othonday that when you onco got seated nothing on earth seemed auio to start vou. an' I thought I'd try my hand." - Chicago Times. blood-curdling CLOVERPORT, KY. y8(Gr.IIBA3BBAE, Attorney at law, House Hardinsburg, Ky. imuil aunnr Joan J. I. MasHOOD fallr HaaUn4. Maw la aatura a4 SlraakaaWl(,llOITIUirSOOautSSriBTIurB0I. 1 1 OTiHnasa.",K7iiSSi0?; WaiinBHof Bsdy RA9MnIm! p a a i; 1 a Krmr.nr OR MEN ONLY! avid JCJnd, Effects BARE BARGAIN! Fit sale at a bargain, Fifty (SO) arret of good land three miles from Cloverpor'. Ky., a mile from the L., Bt. L. A T. R. H. For particulars address EODT. E. WOODS. Ordinance Office, War Department, Wahusotoic, D. C. one-half jaaaiaiair Baa taatllj .laWWS i)aarllli M -- -- A tW' "W"!?" j , r wji ,l Trii,nrrBfMiMWMiMiiifBnn,BfnfrairffgMirria,iiiTrT,jrwifMia-fcTir- inwinni rgnrvwBV ';L1 ....... V- - : pwmuiw jljuw .u . , jgff iiwu. - jt'i'rrji 'I"".kipf-111i nr iimn i immiJtm j n . , . wTyu1MPBftKfetfe V;1' ''."" '''gj'g-'t,- ' Ug jy.VfrMr V Jl - ""7- -- - H Breckenridge News. WKDJfKSTUY, XOVKMUKK JNO.D.BABBAGE 2U, 1S!K). HAROIHSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, : n.Il.llllIAUR L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. IMIIor .... Tho Railroad Tax and tho Court of . Agent & Corrcsp'nt e IE ' i--t t? li.t St. Ii. & T. I.ncul Tliuo Card. Mall and Express going East " " West " Express " Eait " West " Est Local Freight ,f " , " WeU ...10,05 A.m. 11.07 a.tn. 6.58 p.m. 27 p.m. 11. IV a.m. 10.05 a.m. noma wkst. Passenger Dnlljr arr. IIanllnslurg..l2:13 pin. Mix) (ex. Sunday) arr. " .. 7:Si,n.m. ooi.Nq EAST. Pussengcr Dally arr. Uarlimlmg.. 8:37 a.m. Mixed (ex. Suaili;) arr. " ..4:00pm, Six Pages. Tir.ixh'SGivrs'f. it M in the day appointed by President of the ('lilted States as a the day of thanksgiving nnd prayer. The observance of this day as one of mich devotion, for tlie benign protection bestowed upon ns by the Almighty, is not restricted to an section or class of men, but it applies to the whole nation and to all mankind. Therefore it is meet that we, as humble and dependent beings, looking to the Divine Ilnler for our anil protection, should in Koine way render to him that measure of thanks which is within the power of all to give. Preserving a nation as broad and magnificent as this, keeping it together in its unity and life, ami giving to all of it inhabitants the privilege of sharing in pirtof the abundance that is from day to day provided, is much to be thankful for. The editor of the Ni:w, along with the rest of mankind, is thankful for these things, nnd furthermore for the bit of prosperity he has enjoyed and the encouragement received from his patrons and friends. Wo do not claim to have "the best paper extant, but we are glad that the News is as it is, and that during the past ithas maintained a position of fairness and candor that no one can assail. IU'lieving in these things, therefore, we are content, and hope that all our readers, with ourself included, ma;' get turkey and much more to be thankful for. no trouble to lind a man who can tell "how it happened" since the election, and there is perhaps too much satisfaction in making the explanation. Now is a better time for Democrats to work than it was before election. No time should be lost and every opportunity made use of. See that your neighbor reads a good Democratic paper and studies the ijuestions at issue, and have him thoroughly converted for IN!):.'. It is V Puor. J. .1. (ilenn, editor of the Hopkins County Hustler, has announced himself as a Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Commendable. We do not know Prof, (ilenn personally, All claims not consistent with the high but we know him by reputation to be of Syrup of Fig are purposely well qualified for the position. We take character avoided by the Cal. FigSyruy Company. pleasure in commending him to the It acts gently on the kidney, liver and Democratic voters of Hreckenridge. bowels, cleaning the system effectually, and makes no but it is not a cure-al- l Tin: Republicans are having trouble pretensesions that every bottle will not about who shall be continued as Chairsubstantiate. man of the National Republican Committee. Since the Democratic upheaval A New Jail. two weeks ago, it is thought that not A new jail for our county is what the enough Republicans ran be gotten together to make a respectable showing of magistrates in the Court of Claims decided upon during their session last that committee no wav. week, after much wrangling and considerable discussion about the matter. Two extra pages are added to our rega number of years past the grand ular edition this week to accommodate For juries have never failed to make their our advertisers who are disposed to encondemning the present structure croach on our space devoted to reading report at llardinsburg as wholly unlit and unmatter. The live merchants of our town safe for the conlinenient of prisoners. are beginning to find out that it pays to Notwithstanding this, however, the maga Iveitisc, especially in the Xi:ws. istrates have refused to act in the premises further than to add some repairs to Si: iios 21 of the new Constitution, as the old jail from year to year, thus boilapproved by the Convention, makes the ing to bridge over the expense of buildAuditor, Commisioucr of Agriculture one as long as possible. At a and Ijibor and Statistics, Register of the ing new the last term of Circuit Court the grand lind Ollice, Secretary of State, and the made their usual report on the unAttorney liener.il, elective by the peo- jur safe condition of the jail, and Judge ple every four years. Mel teat! i threatened to have an indictment returned against the magistrates if SenTin: Republican majority in the they didn't take action in the matter. ate after the fourth of next March will It was this, probably, coupled with the be eight, instead of fourteen, as at further laet that public sentiment was present. also largely against tin in, that they made the order directing that a now jail Two hundred acres of ground aie to should be built. No delinite plan for be asked for by the World's Fair manthe character of building was agreed agers for the exhibition of live stock upon, we understand, but bids will be alone. advertised for at once nnd the whole finally acted upon at the next Tin: National Library in Paris is said matter term of the court in January. McDonto be the largest in the world, and conald Hros., architects, of Louisville, have tains 2,.')(I0,(HM) volumes. submitted plans to construct the building entirely of stone, with all the mod1(10 to A cur. vmi:ii, with a capacity of ern improvements in jail structure. .100 pounds of butter daily, has been Thiwwill most likely be agreed upon, as started in llopkinsvillc. the court is desirous of making a building that will enduro for years to come. Tm:iu: are now 5,)r) millionaires in A building of stone, and such n one as New York alone. our county desires, will cost upward of ten or twelve thousand dollars; but A man who has practiced medicine for when completed it will be a grand orna10 years, ought to know salt from sugar; ment to llardinsburg and a credit to tlie r.wl what he says: people of the county generally. Toixno, 0., Jan. 10, 1887. Tlie Ni:ws is gratified to note this imMessrs. F. J. Cheney & provement, and we are agreed with tlje I have been in the general pracmember of the court that as the now tice of medicine for most 40 years, anil jail is to be built let it be fashioned on would say that in all my practice and all the modern plans of jail building nnd experience have never been a preparation put up out of material that will be lastthat I could prescribe with as much con- ing and durable. Our county is largo fidence of success ns I can Hall's Catarrh and growing in population, and we can Cure, manufactured by you. Have pre- ill afford to do things by halves. Let scribed it a great many times nnd its the work proceed. n effect is wonderful, and would say in that I have yet to find a case of Catairh that it will not cure, if they would take jt according to directions. Yours Truly, When Dabjr wa sick, we cat" her Costorla. I., r,. (ionsi'iiii, M. I). When nlie wm a Child, aha cried for Costorla. Ollice, 215 Summit St. When glut became Miss, ilie clung to Costorla. We will give $100 for any case of When she had Children, the gave them Castoria. Catarrh that can not he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F. J. Cheney k Co., Props., Toledo, 0. SSJ-So- ld by Druggists, 7'e. Mr. .1. D. Heeler is in Louisville. Some nice weather the past week. Mr. Will lcnuiu is clerking for Heard it Heeler. Mr. J. It. Johnson went to Louisville Sat unlay. Mrs. W. K. Withers, Kirk, was in the. city Monday. Dr. X. C. Mosely went to Cloverport last Saturday. Wat Lcnnin has struck it big on his patent spool case. Jailer Slaton will be in town when the new jail goes up. 'Judge Mercer has moved his law otllcc in the bank building. Miss Ella Smith has returned homo from Sacramento, Ky. Mrs. Thos. Adkisson has gone to Missouri to spend the winter. Quarterly meeting at the M. !'. church next Saturday and .Sunday. Hon. Ticc Jolly will be a candidate for to the Legislature. at There will be Thanksgiving tlie Haptist church Miss Ilattie May, who has been quite ill with typhoid fever, is convalescent. City Hall stock took a tumble last week and struck bottom at 25. No bidders. Mr. Anhby, the fruit tieo man from Cloverport, delivered a big lot of trees here Monday. Mr. Hoon Turpin, of Louisville, is about to purchase the Mcliill hotel property. Mr. Smith and wife, Owens-boro- , were visiting here last Saturday and Sunday. Some people think Mr. McCracken will take up the spur, but Mr. McCracken will not do anything of the kind. Kevs. Peurod and Ii. H. Hruner arc holding a protracted meeting at the Haptist church in this place. Mr.Penrodis preaching some tine sermons and draws large congregations. Your correspondent spent one day last week down at Kirk, a station on the L.. II. & W., on Mr. Hilly Withers' farm. Kirk is quite a business little place, and is improving rapidly. Mr. Withers and his two boys are running a general mercantile store there and are well pleased Other with their business outlook. buildings, besides their storehouse, are a blacksmith shop, one or two dwellings in course of erection, a cooper shop and school-housIt is a good shipping point, several cars of lumber and produce being moved from there daily. , W. F. Cnsporko, of Louisville, wni at home Sunday. Miss Mattingly, ohicar Garrett, visited Miss MeAuliffe last week. Miss Jennie Woolfolk is visiting Miss liena Clurkson this week. Mrs. Wiseman, wife of Jako Wiseman, died Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. Miss Mario Adams, of Louisville, arrived Saturday to attend the r nuptials. A tenant house on Squire Ditto's farm with contents burned down Monday night while the tenants were out visiting. Miss Anna .Hay, of Louisville, accompanied by her friend, Miss Eva Cromic, arrived Sunday lo attend the wedding of her sister, Mr. Henry W. Sough started for Florida, Monday, to look after his ornngo grove. Hesaysif he can sell his grove there he will plant an apple orchard " here. J. S. Morcman was at home several days hist week from Corydon. Husiness lias not been so pressing there in the last week or so. We will not give it nway. Miss liena Clarkson was the guest of the Misses Woolfolk last week. Miss Clarkson has just returned from nu extended visit to Howling Green and Elizabethtown. John Nevitt nnd Miss Annie Ililf, Woodland, were married on the 17th Inst. Mr. Nevitt lias lived a bachelor life a long time, but that new farm in your county called for a help-matIxjuis Price was arrested in Louisville last Wednesday and brought here by Sheriff Hardin, lie was charged with having robbed the house of Mr. Howard Roberts, near here, in November, 188!). On Saturday he had his examining trial before County Judge Hawlings, nnd was discharged, the Commonwealth ailing to sustain the charge. Mr. Win. Allen was taken to Louisville last week to have an operation performed on his head. He was injured about 25 years ago by a wrench falling on his head. After being examined by tlio physicians in Louisville it was decided that nothing could be done for him. Mr. Allen has been in a very bad condition for several months and seems to be growing worse. This afternoon at five o'clock, at the Haptist church in this place, Miss Lib Hay, one of our most charming young ladies, will be united in marriage to Mr. John Cooper, of l,ouisville. The ceremony will he performed by Ilev. E. II. Monison, of the Methodist church. .Miss Hay is the lovely daughter of Mr. John Hay, of near here, and for several years has been one of the most popular young ladies in Hrandenburg society. Mr. Cooper is a prominent young business man of Imisville. Quite a number of friends from a distance are here to attend the wedding. Hay-Coope- The Poisonous Aoids In the blood, should be taken up and removed by the Liver and Kidneys, but these organs get out of order fail to do their work and the result isUheuniatism. There are a thousand remedies for the Liver and Kidneys, but there is only one cure for Rheumatism, nnd that is Dr. Druinmond's Lightning Iiemedy. A large bottle mny be had at the druggists, or will be sent by express to any address on receipt of $5. That is the price of a cure, nnd any one who is having an argument with the Rheumatism, will feel fully repaid by the first dose. Drum-mon- d 0 Medicine Co., Maiden lysine, New York. 48-5- A Card of Thanks. Female College, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. HI, 1890. Messrs. May &. Sipplo : Dear Friends Your sweet offering was duly received, and has been duly discussed. It was highly appreciated by Comeille and self, .but each hungry school girl found an "aching void" filled bythe sumptuous cake. "A thing of beauty, a joy forever," when the memory of your kindness floats over us. Again let me thank you nnd all kind friends whose hearts prompted the offeiing. We have preserved the top enko and the birds and basket, to tell the tale of our joy and ybur beneficence. Gratefully your friends, Mrs. T. C. Overstreet, Corneillo Overstreet. Wesley-m-i Dedication. The new Haptist church at Irvington, will be dedicated next Sunday, Nov. ."0th. Dr. Kerfoot, of the Haptist Seminary, of Louisville, will preach tho dedicatory sermon, at 11 a. in. Dr. 1). Dowden and Ilev. W. K. Penrod will bo present ClaimB. Ni:ws: . Judge Honrdf the County Attorney said wisely to the County Couit nt its recent session', that the application of Messrs. W. V. McCracken & Co. to have a tax levied, under the charter of the Louisville, Ilnrdinsburg & Western Hallway Company, on the tax district which voted a subscription of Bixty thousand dollare to the railroad company, was the most important question that had ever come before the Court for its consideration. Tlie question simply of whether or not the County Court should employ counsel to aid tlio County Attorney in advising the County Cotttt ns to its duty under the law, was the question, nnd the only question nt the time, under consideration. The representntives of one side of tho lawsuit now pending in tlie Circujt Court (the side of tlie plnintiff) earnestly, and witli apparent bitterness, suchn step on tlie part of the County Court. They insisted that their side had counsel fnmilinr with the case nnd all its steps from the beginning who were ready and willing to aid tho Court in finding what is their duty in respect to the question, and suggested thnt Mr. Lewis, one of their attorneys, was in tlio county, but n few miles from the Courthouse, nnd his presence for thnt purpose could be had "in n few hours. As a result of their clamor, the whole question was postponed till the January term of the Court. The mind of the Court was evidently to proceed in tlie matter advisedly, and to do what the law makes it their duty to do. They seemed to draw clearly the proper distinction between the County Court representing the county of Breckenridge, and the railroad company and W. V. McCracken it Co., who are contending to tlie death in a lawsuit with one another. They seemed further to recognize that advice coming fiom the attorney for W. V. McCracken & Co., of from the attorney for the plaintiff in thnt lawsuit, was not the advice they ought to follow. That projHisition was too plain for the Court to make any mistake about. It would have been highly presumptuous in W. V. McCracken & Co., and would have been too reprehensible to talk about, if their attorney's had proposed to be the counsel of the County Courts, Yet this very thing the other side of the lawsuit proposed that Ihvir attorneys should be. Assuming apparently that their side of the lawsuit is Breckenridge county, and the whole county, and nothing but the county, they, in effect, ask the County Court to e be their partners in the fight with W. V. McCracken & Co. The Court did not see it in that light, but were willing for those" gentlemen to be reminded that they are not Breckenridge county, nor are they Breckenridge county along the line of the railway, nor yet are they the tax distiict. We may suppose they are tho town of llardinsburg but wo must be allowed further to suppose thnt the members of the County Court felt that their duties require them not to forget the interests of Breckenridge county in favor of one locality in the county. The County Court did not propose to take part in the quarrel between llardinsburg and W. V. McCracken & Co. How to keep out of that quarrel is the question they are strugglingw'ith. They wanted counsel, their especial counsel, whose only duty would be to advise them as a Court what, when and how to do in this matter, which the County Attorney informs them is n very weighty matter. They tremblingly intimate, and with bated breath, speak of engaging their own counsel for this purpose, but it gives od'onso to theso gentlemen, tho plaintiffs in tho lnwBiiit, and the County Court immediately became "like unto tho similitude" of a political ward meeting. "We can ndviso you," they cry. "We know all about it. Our learned attorney is near by at this moment, and we can havo him hero in short order." The railroad attorney insists, on tlio other hand, that they don't know all about it, and reads charters and statutes, and says his follows know all about it. The Court confesses it don't know anything about it, but wants to find out. The Court ought not to have heeded the objections to the employment of competent counsel to investigate closely the subject of where the power is lodged by the railroad chnrter to levy tho desired tax whether in the County Court as a whole, or whether in the County Judge and the two magistrates in tho tax district and advise theni. The counsel would hnve required time to do so, nnd this would have necessitated n ICitiToit HnucKKNiiiiHiK ep-posdeath-struggl- J bapcrjjsMm w. A M SSB 1 Here We Are ! 1 y THANKSGIVING! We. have everything in the I have bought the Warfield StoreEooms and have my Drug Store in the room formerly occupied by R. E. Moorman. I now have a larg- er room and am able to carry a laiger line of , ,; -- Grocery arid Provision Line That you need for Thanksgiving. We have just received a nice line of -- DRESS-:-GOODS!- . For Fall and DRUG Winter Wear, Drugs, Ladies' Misses' and Gent's FINE SHOES Call and see me,, and I will show you the nicest line of At the lowest prices. Toilet Articles, Wm. vest postponement to the January Court. As it is, the Court will meet in January nnd find themselves in the snuio condition they were last week everybody else prepared but the Court. We may rest assured the attorneys of T. V. McCracken & Co. nro fully up on the question. Tho attorneys on the other side are alike ncquninted with their side of it. They will be sure not to agree when they come up in January, nnd the Court will be as much in darkness then ns they are now as to their side of it. Tlio plaintiffs nrc nlready contending that tho County Court has nothing to do with the levying of this tax ; that it is a matter pertaining alone to the people and authorities living in tho tax district. Suppose it should! turn out thnt tho Legislature of Kentucky has made it the b'usiness of the County Court! The attorneys for McCracken earnestly insist that such is tlio case, and demand of tho Court that they shall tako hold and attend to their business.' It therefore has become the first nnd highest duty of the County Court to ascertain nsbist they can which of tho parties is right about it, and net accordingly. Omission to do in this case is ns fatal n mistake ns to refuse to do if tlie law requires the County Court to levy the tnx. Tho writer is not attempting to say whnt tho Court ought to do'or not to do. This is n question requiring a profound knowledge of law to determine,, and it may become in conhow sequences, tho nstutest mind cannot foresee. Tlio Court should bo careful not to bo overpersuaded or overreached by either party. In tlie debates suro to arise, they need their own representatives to meet tho arguments of the nblo men employed by tho parties to the lawsuit, nnd they should bo fully prepared by a full study of tho subject. Tho contention of tho men on the plaintiffs side, that no one outside of the tnx district has anything to do with this matter, did not hold good some time ngo, as the Court doubtlesrfdistinctly re members, when the men of tho plaintiff penmtded the Court to pay tho 'expenses of tho election about this vory tax. d They will always bo found enough to bo around when it is to their interest, "opening nnd nlleging," ns the Scriptures say, that tho whole county has something to do with it. The county as a whole may havo nothing to do with it now, but time, nnd inissibly a short timo ut that, will reveal much to enlighten us all on this particular phase of the ques, tion. The peoplo of thotnx district should not bo deluded with the belief that if tho plaintiff wins tlio pending lawsuit tills tnx does not hnvo to bo levied nnd collected. It is not prayed for in tlio lawsuit that tho precinct bonds bo canceled nnd tho peoplo relieved of tlio debt. It is only n question as to whether W.. V. McCracken & Co,, tor some ono else, Blinll enjoy tho proceeds of tho bonds. Tho respective sides nro quarrel-in- g as to which shall hnvo the bone. During the delay interest is accumulating and-i- i double or treblo annual tax must bo levied to meet this accumulated interest. Neither side is, Tr proposes to ablo-b6dic- k uons, Soap, 1 A. CLOVERPORT, KY. i,uu, , . , , .. , , , niii'ii u iriuiiu ui uiu puupiu ns iu release them from that $60,000 dobt and all its interest. In their fight, their "bowels nro not yearning" for the interest of the people. It happens that just nt this timo McCracken & Co. conceive Perfumes, Cigars and Tobacco in CLOVERPORT. . ' i it to be to their interest to bo collecting tho coupons on theso bonds. It also happens that the men on tho other side conceive it to be for their interest not to allow any coupons to bo collected until they are made ready by n hoped-fo- r decision of tlio Circuit Judso to do this collecting themselves. McCrncKen & Co. want to collect now because they happen to have the bonds in their possession. Tho other side do not want to collect now because thoy do not happen to hnve tho .bonds in their possession. Itoversc tVio case nnd those who are turning the world upside down to keep tho Court from acting now, would bo urging tlie Court or somebody somewhere to levy tho tax so they can get their money. And thus it goes "now you seo it and now you don't." But whatever betides, tho County Court shall not be advised, and we can manage them! We will bring in our attorneys, and they will enlighten the Court! Wo can presume to do whnt the otherjSide daro not doll Pardon me, Mr. Editor, for trespassing so much on your space, but tho occasion and tlio situation seem to me to demand earnest and thoughtful consideration. Nov. 24, 1890. JuaimTiiA. r 4l1so the largest ?' . M and best selected line of peetaele$ Gold Eye Glasses, Bifocal, I'. J x Buoklon's Arnica Salve. Tlie best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chnpped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky. One Dollar Weekly Uuys a good Gold Watch by our Club System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gold cases nro warranted for 20 years. Valtham or Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, hunting or opon face, Lady's or Gont's size. Equal to any $75 Watch. Wo sell ono of these Watches for $28 cash, and-sen- d to any address by registered mail, or by Express C 0. 1)., with privilege of ex-- Pantisctfpic, Rimless Gold Glasses. In fact Spectacles' ot all kinds", styles and prices. -- i i A Call and See me. JAtARRh and thereforo It cannot bo cured by local application. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, working through tlio blood, eradicates Uio Impurlty which causes and promotes tho disease, nnd effects a permanent cure. Thousands of people testify to the success ot Hood's Sarsaparllla as a remedy tor catarrh when ether preparations had tailed. and prench in tlio afternoon and nt night. The ladies-wil- l provido a splendid dinner on the grounds for those who attend from a distance. The well known hospitality of the members and friends of this church will assuro the visitors that a pleasant time may be anticipated. Tlie peoplo of that neighborhood always mako tho visits of friends long to bo remembered, not only for excellency of their cumiir, but for their handsome graces as well. We aro suro Cloverport will bo well represented on the occasion. Is a constitutional and not a local disease, i W: Short, UAtARRn say I havo been troubled for years with that terribly disagreeable disease, catarrh, I took Hood's Sarsap. rllla with the yery test results. It cured ma ot that continual dropping In my throat, and stuffed up feeling. It has also helped my mother, who has taken It for run down state of health and kidney trouble." Mns. S. D. er-er- al amination. Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes: '0ur jewelers have confewd they don't inoic how yon canurmWt such xuorkfor the place. moneif." Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each Cloverport, Ky. l"3fc- "I will Write for particulars. Memorial Servioes at the Presbyterian Church. Kmi'iiie WatcH'Co., 48 & 50 .Maiden l4ine, The recent deaths of Mr. Win. S. Allen and Mr. Thos. F. Sntterfleld, two of the Hilling Elders of tho church, BUggest tho propriety of memorial services, which will be held nt tho church next Sunday, nt 10.:i0 o'clock a. in. The congregation of tho Methodist church will worship with tho Presbyterians in the morning, and the Presbyterians in tho evening at tlio Methodist church. It promises to be nu interesting service, and nil arc invited, Fine writing paper nt Habbago's. TAKEN UP: one-half ' Now York. ' it ' IIbatii, rutnam, Conn. from any other remedy M. K. Read, of A. Head liavo iiivil Hood's Sarsaparllla tor c tarrh with vei satisfactory results. hare1 received moro permanent benefit from 1 1 this "I I I havo over tried." & Son, "Wauseon, O. Sarsaparilla Bold by all dniggliti. Jl ( tlx f or 3. Prepared onlf bjr C.I. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, lowell,MaM. Hood's f Taken up ai an aitray by Franele M. Bin. ham, living two and miles sonth-faof Union titar, In ltreckenrldge county, Ky., oc the 4 th day of November. 1890, one white iteer, about 4 yean old, having red on Inalde of ears, marked with an underblt In each ear and a split Id the left ear, and supposed to cjgb 1000 pounds, but having no other marks and which I have appraised at the value of twenty-fiv- e n 'Him 'jtj AA (hilars. This November 4th, 1891. J. J Svrs, J. P. D. 0, Or you are all worn out, It la general debility. Try by all dealer: In JFYOUIt llA.KAVIIKa rrnlly gotxl for nothing Sold V IOO Doses Ona Dollar HUOHK'S IllUS Jtin'XHS. Ii will euro you, and Klve a pool appetite. rrliW rVr-i- --- ! f j Wj W, '..'.. ' Copyright lijr : . American Press Aixoulntlon.) ' . '& - w t ' NSy Vf k&? y .yi7T S ' 1 fer 5p rSSY (TOW Ji5& ttntr Thelnndladf InlUmc a vMtor nllh Rrntcful rn VkV. SwrJR X&SbttwNjfs ? vz S timY-d- i' xmwtt--fl U ' HA.NKanivi.va nn,m,i An ' r,rk,m ti,,u in .pgiPMx Vflf toHkSv MSiaBz K P IPl MU 1 'I BV T I P tMk lH I 1 I mJ L L..L Jv3s i I hi hi Pfl lr n IL V( --&-& il ATTRACTIONS! ..,. lxl v v. ' "Si' I " V XTC fJCzni.-- " LstZs: - Well, I tin. mill n mountain rffCsTZU ' S7ri 'I ilnH$SB&$- ffeT rfltt I 3,5 Fritlmralrn'lnmari on tli M TOr&WltivsH H, I ff lSf V lmuty ulwuii '. i clvu it Hint nniiM-Fer- n notion I hail When I wan Hk'IiI Kanie, An' my Imilwind At,' tlinl The Holidays are drawing close and it is about time to look for Christmas Gifts, and in order to get a suitable present it will be advisable to look at ' WJCj WAVJCj too, tlint own M tlier on n ilad You Mi tilYti linil clilWcrn noiiMn'l clnlm nni Itnd PATTEHSOFS THAN KS. Once more the sea-so- n was iIiIh ny (!. ItHill liail a fusiv nml lU's'l.ir, tin nrter day. An lie ki'P Klttln' wiiss. Tell I J"s couldn't Kinnd It tio loiiRcr. to live with tlin menu, nrn'ry cnn So I rlz In my nralli, An' hcz I to him. "Hill. You JfH foller yer path. Not mine; I've got my (III Ith yonru I kin raaW Of J'lnln' my footxtops my on u nay, an' I will." Bill of Fare FOR of Pumpkin Pie y V and Koast Turkey approa c h e s. The children will be at the old home to dinner, and the baby will T N Fresh Oysters, Fresh Shrimp, Celery Cabbage, Beans, pull Grandfather's hair without his ilin- ching a bit. And all because a iustom which originated in old New England & which has spread all over our land, demands thai we return thanks for all the blessings which have crowned the 'fruitful year. " Hominy, Immense stock of Novelties. We will be prepared to suit one and all, old and young, rich and poor, and will save you money. Watch for this space next week for our opening announcement, and see our stock, and you will acknowledge that we are some Pumpkins. ,We will give away either a Sewing Machine, Gentlemen's Gold filled or Ladies' Watch, as the lucky one shall prefer. See our plan next week. Respectfully, IF1- - 1ST We will offer special inducements in D'HUY. Red-stead- Irish Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Onions, " f v- -t mil tuck It most meek, But I seen ho wna stuck, TIioiirIi Iio didn't once fcM'.ik. An' 1 I.iiikIiimI nt my pluck An It tickled mo so when lie left, I named tin dlinnty "TlianksRlvIn " fer luck Tlint'n twenty ye'ra Rone; Dill Imni'tercouiH liack. Hut somelion' I didn't pit on No Iwttcr Thnr's a lock That notliln' non't (111, 'cept teursi; and lots of times fur mil to come, back Canned Goods, l' crlej Old Santa Glaus! From now till after the Holidays. s Our 4 and 5 in Antique Oak are bargaini uirc'y seen in the Furniture trade. The line of Ladies' and Misses' FURNITURE of Chairs ! Jellies, Preserves, Mince Meat, w-E- . Buckwheat Flour, Maple Syrup, Sorghum, Caramel Drips, N. O. Syrup. An'jouair I That we will receive this week are handsome holiday trade, being the largest assortment ever displayed in the city. We have an elegant Parlor Set in handsome Plu-dWalnut Frame. We offer a decided bargain Our line of i Rockers goods for the in Seat and Hack with this .suit. JWE ARE ndertaker s Goods Is complete in every line, being equal to any city house, a handsome casket is what wc desire for our friends. Don't forget this is the place to buj our TIMKFUL! I: l.lllf It knoued Do telL An' conic buck It's too Rood to Ih' true) It1 An' say. Dill, I II not clmngp tin Cut I'll rehk naifiH of tlin Rhanty, would you nsnii' to May? Well' well Le & Perrin's Sauce Catsup. : -- "K& t is TT 12 T IS" S ! We have just received new ciop of N O. Sugar, also a case of EHICK WHITE'S BANTIE5. Snyder's To:.iato ! ASaroma 'I Iris Coffee Although we have made iio. harvest and I have no .granaries which are groaning 'neath the weight of grain, we are thankful for the cordial good will which has been extended to us It w.is tlio nilit before TlmnUsgi.'Ing, nml two people were unhappy J. Ifuux Fuber, newspaper imtn, liecnuse he iliil not have a pathetic lilen for u TluuiksgivlnK story which was tine on the city cilitor'.s desk the following morning, nml "llrick" White, ncwHboy, heciiu.se he iliil luivo n pathetic idea fur iiTlmnksgling story, unit at 0 o'clock that evening Falivr was crossing City Hall park, New York, when a him. pleading voice add "lley, boss, plwiie liny n'yuckHtr.t. I'm stuck wid twuuty, an' ef I don' sell Vm ile ole woman's goin' to kill me iianties." The speaker was u very small boy with a very largo bundle of papers. Kuber glared into the lxiy'i o)ci until they llliec d Roasted Coffee Advertisement that no other Coffee has. roasted by a new process, giing an extra flavor, Look out for our Is preparing to make His regular IFRUITSt Annual visit to our quarters. 3ffigBKggBSBKS3MSS?8&gSS5gi3SEE B. F. Beard & Co., Main Street, opposite Court House, during the past year. Our trade never KVas larger, and we hope tnat you will continue to come to see us when you want anything in our line. ! J1 t '- J t, - SULZER'! Ky. - ji'' h ,r &- gf jGloverpdrt, f r. with tears "You're not lying to mef What's your nutnur and what are your banties" "Mope to d!- -, boss, if I alji't giving It to .Mu name's ' llrick' White, an' ye straight I got a b.tnty roister nn' a lien, an' they're mi! pets, an' ef I ilou' git enough money fer to buy a I'lih'l.in fer .Jen's Thanksgiving dinner do ole woman's goln' goin' to chop oil the banties' heads off." The boy was sobbing now, and boriir; one cold and grimy list into his eyes. Knlier drew him out of the rush and interviewed him. "Ye see boss, wiiffu I w.ts a frcah air kid las' summer over'n .lersuy I got stuck on a couple n' lunties. They'd come when I called 'em au' eat out o' me hand, an' I hadn't never seen ui Inntien before, an' lie was" such a rogtiltir little slugger, ho was w'y, say, lie'd sail Into tie higges' roostcron do hull farm an' do 'em, too, ho would an the woman she give 'em to mo fer a present, I lugged 'em homo wid' me, an' llxed up a coop in de windy, an' now every day da little hen she'll go 'chuck, chuck, an' lay de littlest white egg ye ever see, an' Sullivan dat's do rooster he'll walk around de coop prouder'n 'ti if he owned 10't' avon'o. Mo ole man was killed on do elevator railroad, nn' de ole woman she alio washes, an' Jen, that's me sister, she's been sick a long time. r says she'll die hoou, an' she's been wanting a taste of chickinoversonce she had boino oiict about four years ago, when she wus in de hosspittlo. I want Jon to have the chickin, hut I do' want her to cat my bantics, an' she wouldn't neither if alio kuowed, but ma won't let mc tell iter. 1 got me eyo on a big chickin down to Wash'n'ton market, and I been hustltn' nil day an' ain't got half enough monoy yet. Ef I could uit rid of these 'ore papers I could" "Wherodoyou llvof" Fnber asked coldly, turning his head nway. IJayanl street. You'll tako one "No. of theso yuckstras offon me, won't" Hut the stranger had gone. With a despairing glaticu at the big bundle-oextra "llrick" manfully dashed away Ids tears mid ngalu cried, "Yttckstral Yttckstral" Thousands of people hurried by the little shivering figure, but at the end of an hour only three papers had been sold. "Brick" began to slowly work his way up the How. ery. At It o'clock ho reached homo, tired, hungry, cold, and weeping bitterly. Ho Dot-tof HARDINSBURG, KY. Apples, Bananas, ; " ' ' i ' Cranberries, v Ji4 Oranges, Lemons, ttr, Watch For Him iM iMM in splendid shape He is coming ! E&3 ."WIHIIIFSI "crsB WHIPS BY I ME Thoy contain Furo dUILL BONE,' and are tho strongest Whips made. Bo Buro and got a " FEATHEBBONE." rOR SALE WHIPS r Cocoanuts Cigars. . this time, loaded down to the John P. Haswell 86T Post Ofliee Building. & Son, HARDINSBURG, KY, Tea,Coff ee, Chocolate guards with many Handsome and jHL. . xx Beautiful Presents for young and We Beat the World. Shoes , old. John T. Patterson, CLOVEItPORT, KY. had llfteen painirs left. ho i - bling Into bed "Sully's a dead rooster," ho. moaned as took a hist look at his pets before tumEarly Thanksgiving morning a district n. messenger boy left two packages lit tthe Ono wits n door of Mrs, .White's rooms great fat clilckon Inhaled "For Jen," and tho other was a big bag of feed markci "For Sullivan,'' and when "Urlck" saw them ho yelled with delight, sclzod a wildly clucking bantam in each hand, and executed a Uowery war dunco on tho floor, and tho city editor of tho brightest evening paper In Now York assured Fuber that his "llrick White's Dantles" wna tho besl thing he'd done for tho paper in six An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women," Girls and Misses. I" v It is much easier and more satisfactory Headquarters for Santa Claus to you as well as ourself to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seet '. ing is believing, so if its SHOES you want CEOVERPORT, KY. come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. S3 JNO. D. BABBAGE, 1 1 la! WITT & MEADOR, m months. Eaule II, Eaton. . M. " "iJ T ii 'TWIlilEiTTry ififTiitiT,ig,,,il"'BIIIBfti'w?J,"'i;kjaaBa' ,JWf- I if , -'- h,; w p- , w -ij t i - rT- U a 11 iHiiwiiminnin III HiMiMiiiiBi 0 ' jiumw i. 1 iipi imwmp ; n iMiMMMMMiiiiiiiiiMMMM rtwtfcn i I'jjMHjwdiiym " fn53 . H.U1MX TOE 3 '"X. fjpr" 35'& V "rWiuM w i ?S?!55!!RV,r?! ' . n nift. i) MM " r i BHEBBBHBBMMsWMHM -- - I"- - I' II " -- '"' f;j-wr", JW., "f , - "7 " -"- "- ' ' 73"v . v' " - i. n ctii ii, H ijinui ,nni iii.mi.nl ip.. fe" sjriNlBF' the amount of turkey, chicken pie- - and boiled ham which was heaped hi pon his platei together vltlr every vegetable, native to the soil Somehow he ate it nil with kecii relish, and had appetite left for plum pudding und numerous pieces of pite. Mrs. Joe laughingly declared that the rule of the house on Thanksgiving day was that "everybody must taste of everything," and Herbert had no Inclination to rebel. He wondered that ho'fclt so much like n boy. There Is' nothing more contagious than the hearty cheer of a New England Thanksgiving. Herbert was Impatient for a chance to talk with Margaret, but not until evening,' when tho young-folk- s went to a party, and ed table Hcrbcit, accustomed to the dainty conn-eof it city dining room, marveled at s " . ; .., M USPftRALLELED 'EVERY FAMILY CAN NOW HAVE ONE OF THESE INVALUABLE OFFER BOOKS. Ufvr i? A. AJLiy-Jey dive StyapKs. JPflMivJ lloL MSSffl vY C h jw. II J WEBSTER'S cDFRieiisrAi Dictionary-Contain- s. (J4 1 ji EVERY WORD DIGTIONHRY. e:e3itioii-This 'Jr, That Noah Webster Ever Defined, and 10,000 Additional! Words. Size,' 8 ) Jfl l'i01lli III III x ioyi Inches. ,... "" 4 Inches. Thick. 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How little in those dismal iliyx had thuy For which to kueel and in tlunksivln pray When as the olTset of their tears and cares Freedom alone to worship Ool was theirs Nor had the patriot little reason more In the long Retolutlnnary uar, When fate each day lint new disaster Ixire Tofollon in their stern forefather's wajs And yield n hat wemed the mockery of prolso. Today with lines In happy places cast. Richer than all the empires of the past. The K'oyKlotws Kreatesl offspring und the lost. What hate no not. hut that with one" accord The land should render homage to the l.onlt nn love' O land, K hrave and fair. Lift up thy lolco In moii". thy heart In prayer; For to' through all the years with loving cure On theo Ills mercies Ood lias made d'isceud. And m 111. If thou art worthy, to the end O land " William U 8 Tales A BELATED ROMANCE. A STORV OF TIIANKSUIVINO CON A NT II V HELEN 8. ICopyright by Am 'lican I'reHs Association.) 1 t w-rxmi- L .tMVVi f Tlinn kKlarogo II V. N KiiHsell I Herbert morn vlng til Hit pt ointment let;ati the night before when the train dropped him at tl'c station and he rode to the'hotel in a omnibus through rattling, 'ttrcctHablitxi'witli eleotrlu lights and libed nk nnd hihici1 iisidu the window curtains lie wondered why lie hud come. It was no satisfac tion lifter all. His - with shops, the winddwH" of which wero filksl with nooils suited to the requirements of a New Knland factory town. He knew that In the twenty years he hod leeii absent the water power of the stream where he used tn lisli when a boy had been ullli.ed, that imlU had licen built, and that the place had changed from n quiet village to a town of considerable importance, htlll he was not prepared for the magnitude of the transformation. There no railroad within tun tniles when had he went away, and he remembered at if It were jestenhiy the snmnier morning when he inonnttd the old stage, nil 'hlU possessions tn a trunk strapped on behind, and id I his money, a very small sum, in his pocket He Imd started out with all tlio confidence of jottth tllat'the ivorld could Iw cdUiUerud, lind he had conquered it. He had lieun successful from the Very outset, and now he was one of the solid merchants of the city where bo had located. He was a favorite in society, and his luxurious bachelor apartments were the envy Still he did uot feel of all his associates. that his life had Iwen a success. It was empty. He was Vi, and already little lines of white appeared in his dark hair, and yet he was alone in the world. In the struggle for fortune he had forgotten to heek for love and homo. It was lu one of the hours of loneliness which came to him often now that he suddenly determined to spend Thanksgiving In his native town. He had no relatives left there, but at least the placo would bo familiar. It was not familiar, and he was Am an usher gave Iilui a seat he noticed througn many long sermons, mere was a old church there on the old spot. Herbert was thatthe high,by n fashioned pulpit bad been replaced 'broad, open platform sure it was the same building, for ho recognized the narrow, round topped window in with a small reading desk, and although the belfry, but the high steps, which were tho ikjws appeared tho sumo their doors hud so slippery in winter, had disappeared, and vanished. He remembered tho click of the the entrance was level with the sidewalk; button and tho feeling of Imprisonment nn addition had been built at one side; tho it gave him as his undo closed tho pow building had been painted brown it was door and fastened It before service The congregation was gathering. There while in the old days and modernized in were many faces, thoso of now comers vnrious ways. The old grave yard was a half mile from brottght to the town by the mills, which rethe church. Herbert remembered that it vived no memories; but there were others, was reached by n country road that the sight of which made Herbert feel that he was living In a dream. One couple branched off from the turnpike. The turnpike had become tho main street of the whom he remembered as lovers came' up town, and ho noticed by the signs on tho the atslo followed by a group of young corners that it was now Broadway. New people. Ho recognized the faces of father streets crossed ft in all directions, and he und mother at once, although twenty years was at a loss which to take. A group of had changed tho slender youth to a portly family mau anil tho bashful girl into n seboys wero standing near tho fence watch-furene matron. Then came three sisters, the game. "Will you kindly tell mo which of these stout and silvery haired, evidently old maids, all of them, although Herbert jJbtreetH'IcadRto tho grave yardf" asked Her them as belles of the village. bert. "The first to the right leads to the now He thought with a little thrill of triumph cemetery, sir," said the tallest oMhe boys. of the time when one of them had wounded As the boy turned toward him Herbert his youthful pride by refusing to' dance long started and came near saying, "Hello, with hirn at u rustic merry-makin- g Joel" but he checked himself, realizing ago because he was only a boy. There' were other faces which recalled that tho lad could not even have been born many fo'rgotten events of his boyhood-so- me when ho left the town. of people he remembered in middle After explaining that tho old grave yard was iho object of his search, and receiving life, now grown aged, others.of old school the correct information, he walked up the mates, serious now with the dignity of street. The houses grew more scattering years. It was strange to think of 'them as he approached the spot where tho old treading the quiet old paths all tho long inhabitants were sleeping, and as he passed time which he hiid. spentin.thenolse and bustle ,of the world. He wondered' if he between the two granite posts into the circle of somber fir trees which 'formed the had grown as old us they. He could not entrance to tho yard hebegan to feel at reallzott, and jet some of them looked at Dried stalks of golden rod and him as they passed up the alslu with the home. asters brushed his knees as he walked be- mild curiosity awakened by the sight of a tween rows of old gray stones carved with stranger. He saw that no due recognized familiar names. Here and there n white him, and he felt more lonely than before. The pew In front of where he was sitting marble, slab bore tlm name of some one who had been lu the full flush of life and remained empty almost to tho last. Then health when ho went away. Ho began to two ladies entered, followed by a stout, wonder if all those whom ho had known middle aged man and some young people, were dead. Standing on a knoll near the one of whom Herbert recognized as the lad massive granite who had directed him to the grave yard. center of the yard Wiu-th- a He knew now why he had almost said, "Hello, Joe," for the stout man at the head of the pew, evidently the lad's father, was Joe Phillips, liis old comrade. And, yes, one of the ladles was Margaret! Herbert could see only her side face, but that was enough. That clear cut profllo Was graven upon his memory llkothoprofileofaltoman empress upon an antique gem, lasting for all time. She had grown older, but she did uot look like un old maid; her girlish beauty had cluingcd of a sweet mav, turity; there wasenotu fretful line on her g to-tb- "Margaret, 1 have been n fool all my llfel" he exclaimed suddenly. "I nm very sorry to heur It. Did you como buck to tho old place to confess it?" sho said, laughing. Ho grasped her hand, and ail the pent up o feelings of years, tho struggles, the at times, tho loneliness always, the wish and the hope for tho future, burst from his lips. V "Margaret, do not send me back to my lonely, dreary life. Help me to forget it, Margaret, und forgive me." ''Herbert, there is nothing to forgive," she said, drawing away her hand. "My life has been very happy. I have never wished to change It. I do not wish to change it now; it is better as It Is. You must not feel lonely or dreary. You have friends here who will always welcome you, who would have welcomed you before had you come." She smiled as she spoke, and Herbert saw that his passionate words had mudo scarcely a ripple upon her heart. For the moment he felt as if ho had been shipwrecked on a desert Island, yet at the close of the eveulng, as ho walked back to hU hotel, he whistled an old lovo song, and was in high good humor with himself and all the world. He was determined to work with all his heart and soul to win her. It was a long and desperate struggle, but In the end Herbert gained a brilliant victory. There was a grand wedding at the old Phillips mansion on the next Thanksgiving day, und now Herbert Insists that Margaret was waiting for him nil those years, while she declares that she was not, That is theouly point upon which they do not agree indif-ferenc- of 20. J Member of the Amtiican Philosophical Society in Philadelphia; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of'Mattachu-tetts- ; Member of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow of the Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries in Copenhagen; Member of the Connecticut Historical Society; Corresponding Member of the "istorical Societies in Massachusetts, New York and Georgia; of the Academy of Med,icine in Philadelphia and of the Columbian Institute in Washington; . and Honorary Member of Michigan Historical Society. . , BY NOKH WEBSTER, ' D. i General .Subjects of This latotfk. Ctimotoglet ol English Words, Deduced Irom an Examination and Comparison ol Words ol Corresponding Elements in TwentyUnguagei ol Asia snd ' Europe. II. The True Orthography ol Words, as Corrected by Their. Etymologies, III. Pronunciation Exhibited and Made Obvious by the Division ol Wards into Syllables, by Accentuation, by Mirklng the Sounds ol the" Accented Vowels, When Necessary, or by General Rules. IV. Accurate and Discriminating Delinitlons.-lllustrateWhen Doubtful or Obscure, by Example ol Their Use, Selected Irom Respectable Authors, or by Familiar Phrases ol Undisputed Authority. I. ReM anfl Enlarged by CHAUNCEY A. GOODRICH, Professor in Yale College. Special Attention IS CALLED TO THE SUPERIORITY OTHER IN THE OF THIS DICTIONARY OVER THE REPRINT MARKET. EDITIONS Yct- I am dc hog, I only seek My three times seven meals per week. Two suits of clothes, a plain black hat, A' pair of shoes, but one cravat. For brown stone fronts I do not care. And ljcn I ride I pay my fare. Like Gould 1 do not want the earth, I'm satisfied with my small hearth. I'm thankful that my nants are few I nay no more I'm no Depow. I'm thankful, I'm content, and yet Sometimes I feel a faint regret That I itm not like oth,er men, Who hold four aces now and then. Tom Mabsox. Not only is it More Complete, containing found Thankful, and NINE in Distinct and Valuable Features not Clear any other, but the White Paper, and Strong, Heavy, Durable Binding is in marked contrast' with the dirty, brittle wood pulp paper and flimsy ing tot tho cheaper editions heretofore offered. bind- What the Neiv York World says: "It is printed from zinc plates, splendidly bound, much better bound than any dictionary that Flossie. has ever been offered to the public at any Flossie cheerfully) I know, mamma, price, for it has the I dess yon better dive fanks cause I isn't twins. sewingandra" flexible back." Oxford-Teachers'-Bib- tn the Nursery. Flossie It's Fanksgivin', ain't it, mamma f Mamma (wearily) Yes, Flossie. Flossie What's you doln', to dive funks for, mamiuuf Mamma (impatiently) I don't know, READT le 1 p 0l.it'lrhunUilMns-''- I have here, sir," said tho poet, handing odotoThanks-givinthe editor a roll of copy, which I hope youcan use." "Well, I can't," replied the editor rather curtly. "I've got one of my own amounting to $2 for the turkey. How much is --yours!'" "kM I g OUR SPECIAL ? OFFER N ;'if face." U'ho wasprobably Joe siwlfe, btiti her face was not familiar. UJoe bad noUmarrled one of tuewlllago girls. Herbert wondered If Marguret was married, too. The fact that she was with her brother on Thanksgiving day meant nothing, for New England women always Bock home for the family festival. i placidold-ilud- OdhltAIaut It. The "Breckenridge News" one year and a Diction- ary for the small sum of $3.00. the person! sending us a club of ten names and $10.00 we will send a Dictionary postage paid free. To ii THK FlUST KIltKNULY-OKEETIN- disappointed. Only the outlines of the surrounding hilts reminded him of his boy- hood home. It was n cfear, frosty morning. Ice had formed on little puddles in the street, and the air was crisp and bracing. After breakfasting In the stitlTy room of the hotel in company with a party of loud talking traveling men and a few "regular boarders" Herbert put on his overcoat and went out Into the street. He wished to go first of all to the grave yard where his parents were buried. He womjered if he could find it among all these new surroundings. As he walked along he saw here and there houses which he recognized roomy, old fashioned farm houses which once had stood among broad, open fields, but were now crowded In between modern cottages, V " j'' ' I the verandas and bay windows of which formed a striking contrast to the square, severe outlines of the older buildings. And there was the old village, green. A neat iron fence surrounded it now, and it was laid out In walks edged with maples, their branches, bare of leaves, forming sharp gllbouetU'8 against tho r VJ November sky, 'Ob'oTnJtjf the trass plots a. patty of boys were playing ball. Herbert 'leaned on tho fence to watch them. How many Thanks giving games of ball ho hail had on that green in bis boyhood days I He longed to selzo n bat and enter Into the sport "with tho other youngsters," ho said to himself, smiling grimly as he remembered bis gray tialrs. JIs looked nround for the little (Church which once stood facing the green, trliere ho had swung restless, boyish feet monument he.had ordered erected over the graves of his parents. It looked pompous and pretention!, to him now as he saw it among Its peaceful, humble surroundings. He leaned against It and strove to unite his past with his present. His parents be could not remember. They died when be was an infant, and he had been cared for by an uncle, kind in his way, as Herbert now thought of him, although ho seemed stern and hard to the lonely orphan boy. As Herbert looked at the mound which marked the old man's resting place he felt a pang of remorse that ho had not been more grateful foi tho homo which sheltered his youth. Suddenly his eye fell upon a marble slab, "Sacred to tho memory of Stephen Phillips." So the proud old squlro was gonel Herbert had always thought of him as living and ruling his family with despotic hand forever. I To looked anxiously at the names upon the stones In tho old squire's family group. Was Margaret, too, grrtssf With a Blgh of relief ho saw that her name was not there. Margaret! Her face, rising up through tho mist of years, had been before his eyes as he Journeyed toward his native town. How ridiculous it was I He laughed to think that a boyish fancy should come back to him. Still ho knew he had never forgotten it. It was on Margaret's account tli at he started out Into the world. Her proud fadier frowned on him, and she was submissive to the old man's will. Ho never asked Margaret to be his wife, but ha was sure when ho left her that she understood htm. He Intended to go back and claim berwhenho had won-- , riches to give hlra tho right. The riches came sooner even than lie hoped, but he never went back. He wondered now why he had not done It, Ho had never seen a. fair face that did not grow less fair as he compared it with Margaret. Ho had even cherished her memory ibs a secret grief, which at times gave him a feeling of superiority over those of his associates who wero hnppllymurriod. She was 'probably married herself now, and had forgotten him. It irritated him to think of It. Acburch bell ringing for Thanksgiving service vibrated clear notes through tho was the same old bell. Herfrosty air. bert could never forget its tone. The call was Irresistible. Leaving the grave yard be retraced his steps to the church. ' It Herbert's first impulse was tc lean forward und speak to .foe.but he Id not do it." There was a fascination In sitting there unknown and watching tho familiar faces. Then the lad glance1 around and noticed tho Etranger of the morning. Herbert isaw him whisper to hU) father, whe looked carelessly over Ills' sho'ulder. A sudden start, the light of recognition on the man's honest face, then an arm came over the buck of tho pow und Herbert's hand was seized with a hourly grasp. It was the first friendly greeting. It warmed his heart, and he felt like a boy home from school as he Joined In singing tho familiar Thanksgiving hymns. After servlco there wore hearty greetmornings characteristic ing In a New England country church. No one was absent, and everybody that bad been away had come home the son from the city, tho young girl from boarding school, all gathering under the family roof tree on tho day of festive reunion. Herbert was tho center of a welcoming group of old friends, each of whom insisted upon bearing him off to sharo the fanv liy turkey. As greetings and invitations poured in upon hlra 'he could scarcely realize hl desolation and loneliness Only a, t few hours before. Joe Phillips, however, insisted upon claiming him. Ho had been the first to recognize him, he said, and had tho best right. With many promises to "look in" before ho left town Herbert entered the family carriage with Joe, Joo's wife and Margaret, the young folks following on foot Tho town hud grown out around the'old Phillips mansion, but it was still a stately residence, standing In tho midst of generous grounds, with the same majestic elms sweeping Its roof. As Herbert walked up the path to tho front door between trim rows of old fir trees the years since ho stood thero saying' trembling farewell words to Margaret wero crumpled up to nothing. Ho hod discovered that she was Margaret Phillips still, and he wondered If sho remembered that parting. He feared she did not, for sho treated him with easy familiarity. lie wished she would blush and look down when he spoke to her, as sho did in the old days. Tho' fragranco of Thanksgiving greeted the house. 'When them ari the family were all seated around the load- they-entered .v ". r Kl , V I r. y. f A ' V iW$, I r- 4kJ - I I Head of Firm (the day before Thanksgiving) Mr. Travers, I huve ordered a turkey Bent around to your homo at- a slight testimonial, etc. - This is a splendid opportunity to secure a Dictionary, either in connection with the NEWS at only a small advance above the subscription i price, or as a premium for ten yearly subscribers. Tfy-v"- 1 4 . Travers (at the table the next day) Well, there's no question about Its being slight. WlthqalMrroverence it may be said that tho tnegiflive side of things calls for unusual thankfulness this year. We are thankful that so many things did not jo me, Tho cholera stopped In Spain. France Is fighting It bock from her borders, And with success. The financial panic did not come, though many experts expected It In September. The great drought and flood foretold by various weather prophets wero withheld. Tho failure of crops was, aterall, not a fourth so bad as we expected. re are thankful for negative blessings. work now and get up your clubs. Eead the above advertisement carefully and note wh&t the New York World says of the edition. Sample copiesof the Dictionary can be found at oui; office. hv. Go to -- '.vB JNO.D. -' BABBAX3E, .r .vs w 'Editor and IPublisber, 'i- - &, l sii i nfttTWn.fa.-- , . 'jt lV -- M. . .. til,UyaUUeiUera iii iiieijlciu" T -- .Uqf ,, ft;, ,., - . n1fiW4'WVrtA4 rrs !.. won in J-tB- m.nmtt ... . -- , . i - i i i rilm I I Miss Brook Stephens, Holt's Bottom, the city last week, the guest of Miss Vcva Miller ami Miss Bottio Bow- -S men Mrs. .Tiw. 1). Brown and daughter, Jessie, who have been visiting her mother, at Owensboro, returned Jiomo Patur-da- Tho Machine Shops A Fixture. Tho following letter from General Manager J. K. MiCrnckuii in reply to a from the' Commercial communication Club, of Henderson, fully explains itself, nnd ought to foreversettle the question shops of n removal of the machine from this city. Ixuilsvillo Ky., Nov. 21, 18U0. Messrs. S. L. Marshell, N. Obordorfer, Committee Commercial F. P. Gelbel, Club, Henderson, Ky. Gentlemen: I have your letter of November 18th, Btnting that Information had reached the Commercial Club, 'of your city, that this company is considering the advisability of moving its machine shops from Cloverport to some other point along the line of road. I urn at anions to know how such a rumor could hnvo been put In circulation. Tho fact Is that our general repair shops havo been located and coiistructcu at Cloverport, nnd the company has made a contract with tho city of Cloverport for their permanent maintenance at that point. The question is, .therefore, settled, nnd requires no futher consideration, nnd wo have had no thought of changing it and could not do so if we wished. Wo have oxpended a largo amount of money in ground, buildings and improvements there, nnd have no intention whatever of making any change. If tho question of location wero an open one, we would certainly be pleased to give tho city of Henderson and Commercial Club the fullest opportunity to mako any proposition which they deemed proper. Very Truly Yours, J. K. McCrackcn, General Manager" I I I .iTTi I i i I iTTTTi i i i i TiTiTiTTTTTi I i iTTI" DON'T LET Tho smallncss of our ad. mislead you; it does not require much space to toll tho truth. Tliero is no wind, blow or blustor about ua. Ouradvcrtiscmcnt may bo small, but it is not as small us the profit wo make on our goods. Large nnd fancy advertisements require largo profits, and, as the consumer lias to pay tho profits, it behooves him to buy where the profits arc not so large Wc sell our superior clothing for less money than you would havo to pay at other houses for inferior goods. Wo make only a fair profit, but we arc satisfied. "Large sales at small profit" rather than "small sales at largo profits" is our motto. Our stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Pants and Overcoats is tho largest in tho city, and the best selected. Hundreds of different styles to choose from .Everybody can be fitted; everybody will bo suited Come to us for the best clothhome-manufactur- y. Mrs. Win. Smith, of Ixniisville, and Mrs. Capt. Smith, Holt's Bottom, were tho guests of Mrs. It. E. Moorman, Thurs-daMm. J. C. Babbage returned homo from lloscttn, last week, where she lias been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Itev. W. K. IVnrod was .unanimously called to the pastorate of tho Baptist church, this city, at a meeting of the membership Monday night. Mr. .Bichnrd Bcavin, of tho firm of Rcavin & Beavin, has withdrawn and will move to Iitclifield next week, where he will start a distillery. Mrs. A. J. Williams and Mrs. F. M. Ryan, after a very pleasant visit to relatives and friends in this city, returned to their respective homes Sunday. Mr. Samuel L. Sulzer, Sn, of Louisville, was in the city last week visiting his nephew, Mr. J. C. Nolte, and family. Mr.'SuIzor Is hale and hearty and quite an old man, being in his 71)th year. The Railroad Company has put in a sewer from Second street down Oak to tho river at nb cost to the town only for the tilcing. And yet some people say the Railroad wants the earth. Mr. J. D. Hamblcton, who has been connected with the firm of Bowmer & Hambleton for a number of years as clerk, will resign his position shortly and locato in Henderson, where ho and Mr. John Burks, of Holt's Bottom, will go into the mercantile business. Gov. Eli II. Murray, of San Diego, Cal., who has been away from his native homo about seven years, arrived here last Thursday, to spend a few hours with his brothers, Judgo J. A. and Hon. D. R. Murray. Tho Governor is enjoying good health and is as handsome as ever. When asked if Jio had found any place he liked better than his old home, lie replied, "I haven't been to Heaven yet." The people in the West end are very proud of Second street since the Railroad people have put it in such good shape. It is no longer "Railroad Street" but West Broadway, and the man who goes down in that part of tho city and mentions "Cow Heel" loud enough to bo heard will bo fired out quick. 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And if you have catarrh you should attack the disease in tho blood, not in your nose. Remove the impure cause, and tho local effect subsides. To do this, take Hood'B the great blood purifier, which radically and permanently cures catarrh. It also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla. N-- w- - 3. - Shooting1 Scrape. Geo. Jordan and John Knight got into a difficulty last Saturday evening in LOCAL BREVITIES., Beavin'B saloon. Jordan ran out of tho - I.. L. Waggoner was in the city Friday. room and Knight followed him to tho shirts and underwear give Babbage door when Jordan turned, drew his pistol and fired ono shot at Knight without a call. went to Hawesvillc, effect. Hero the trouble ended and E. A. Kissam both parties retired in good order. Sunday. Knight came in Monday, gave himself to get rid of your goods is to The way up and was fined $12 and costs for disoradvertise. derly conduct. Jordan left the city Railroad street is one of the prettiest Sunday night and' has not yet returned. in Cloverport. The troublo grew out of somo threats Born, Nov. 2.5th, to the wife of Jess mado by Knight against Jordan for Tinius, a daughter. knocking Miko Tearnoy down. Tear-ncit seems, mado use of somo bad Just received at Babbagc's a fresh lino candies. language whilo eating supper in Jordan's of hand-mad- e Knight and Mr. Sam Davison, Falls of Rough, was hotel one night last week. Tearney'sson came in Saturday to do in tho city Thursday. up. Whiskey was at the lwttom Capt. Birkett spent Sunday with his Jordan of it all. family at Cannelton. Tinius has accepted a position Miss Distinguished Men. F. Sulzor & Bro., as clerk. with J. Governor John IrelanuV of Texas ; There will bo Thanksgiving services at Simon P. Huglics, of Arkansas; S. D. Elm street Methodist church McEnery, Governor of Xouisiann ; E. B. Mrs. V. G. Babbage and children aro Turner, Judgo U. S. Court; . visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Babbage'. Hubbard, Minister to Japan ; Marlon WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890 , y, Ex-Go- v. , ii Hon. Jonas I). Wilson, of St.Joscnh, to visit his old. home. ' Mr. L. L. Smith and wife, of Owens- boro, wore fho guests of Miss Pearl Miller, Sunday. " Mrs. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Jabine, Sunday. Mrs. Win. M. Ditto, of Brandenburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage, this week. Mr. J. W. McMillen has closed out his confectionery store and removed to Stephensport. Mr. Jus. II. Hovious, Spanish Town, Cal., is in tho city visiting his sister, Mrs. Jas. T. Miller. Miss Forrio Hardin and Miss Katie Smith, of Holt's Bottom, were in tho city, Monday, shopping. Mr. C. W. Moorman and wife, spent several days with relatives and friends at Rock Lick, last week. Mo., arrived yesterday Governor of Texas; W. Martin, of Arkansas;R. Miller, 'E. A. Perry, Governor of Florida; W. D. of Flordia ; John Bloxham, B. Gordon, Governor of Georgia ; Alox Gregg, Bishop of tho Episcopal Church and Chancellor of tho University of tho South, and hundreds of other distinguished men of tho United States in all professions and ovcry department of science ha'vo had their sight restored by tho uso of Ilawkcs' Crystalized Lenses. All opes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. ex-Lie- They Don't Travel on Free Passes. Fuankkout, Ky., Nov. 22d, 1890. EniTOlt BllECKK.NMDOK Nkws : In the last'issue of tho BitECKKNitinaE c Mrs. Barnett Bohlor .returned yesterday from a visit tc her sister, Mrs. Peck, living near Rock Haven. Born,' Nov. 24th, to Mrs. Gilbert, a flno girl, just fifteen years ago on tho samo dato a fine boy was bom to her. .Mr. Wilber M. Itobinnon and wife, of Indianapolis, Ind., were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Miller last week. Mrs. Mayhall and children, after a vory pleasant visit to rolatlves and friends in Owensboro, returned homo Thursday. You should A word to tho ladies linvo your Collars and Cuffs done up by They tho Now York Steam Laundry. Price will wear you ono solid week. two conts each. Best work guaranteed. Ernest Babbago, agent. News you publish a statoment taken from tho Louisville Post, that Will Miller, of Breckenrldgo, W. W. Lewis, of Trigg, and Durbin, of Grayson Counties, and several other Alliance men, nil correspondent had freo passes, whiglr-thof tho Post saw. The correspondent was mistaken in the men or drew on his imagination for the statement. I havo had no freo pass nor havo my friends Lewis or Durbin, as- - they inform ine. o Will Miller. In reading over tho McKinloy Bill tho farmer should remember that to 8,000,-00- 0 farmers in tho United States there combined into aro 14,500 s of tho 300 trusts owniug entire wealth of tho country. Theso farraors produco 25 per cent, moro than tho country can consume of farm products and pay moro for farm implements manufactured by our mills than tho foreign buyer docs. Let him read and ptudy carefully and dctormino what class is protected by tho now tariff bill. mill-owne- The coining Festival is looked forward to with much pleasure by the public, and no doubt it will make the week of Thanksgiving, n gala one. The charming Gilbert and Sullivan operas are favorites with all, and never grow old, particularly with the gorgeous scenic effects as given by the Duff Company, so well remembered from last season's engagement nt the Auditorium, Louisville Ono never wearies of tho bright and with the three sparkling "Mikado," witching "little maids". The scenery in this opera and of "Pinafore," is wonderful, and in the cast, we will havo Digby Bell and Laura Joyce Bell, as before. McLaughlin will again sing as enthusias- Hn no nt j"-- " J "" " " vnm "Triiil nnil Tnrv" will nl ""J so bo given tno same evening, witn uigoy Bell as Judge. On Tuesday night, the double bill of Trial and Jury and Tho Pirates of Penzance, will bo given. The music of ,tho Pirates of Penzance, is tho finest of all the Gilbert nnd Sullivan operas. The scenic effects of this opera aro beautiful and in it, Digby Bell particularly delights ids audience by his overbrimming fun. Thanksgiving matinco and night, will see a grand nudienco at tho Auditorium; being a holiday, and tho Mikado being on the boards, with tho cheap prices, tho houso will be filled to its utmost, to witness a great production of this opera. "Iolantho" will bo'produccd on Friday night, jn splendid style. Tho costumes aro said to bo superb. This opera has been added to tho repertory this season as has Paticnco and Trial by Jury. Laura Joyce Bell, as tho fairy Queen, and "acts well her part." Saturday matinco nnd night, Patience will bo produced. This opera is such a favorite, and being by tho DuffCompany in their great style, will draw a largo audienco to witness it. All who can, should take advantago of this season of Gilbert nnd Sullivan operas by tho Duff Company, ft is a most do lightful recreation to witness theso operas, so puro and charming, as thoy will bo presented to tho public at tho Auditorium, nnd tho opportunity by old nnd young, should not ho missed. Those who havo witnessed tho great production of "Around tho World," as presented by tho Kiralfy Company, can form an idea of tho enjoyment In store for them, tho week of tho 24th. Court of Claims Proceedings. The prices for tho Gilbert nndSullivan Opera Festivals, arc, 50, 75 cents and V. V. McCrackcn & Co. tendered and $1.25. Scats on sale at D. II. Baldwin & moved t filo an application for tho Co's, 230 4th Avenue. All orders ad court to levy n tax to pay tho interest dressed to James B. Camp, Business on the $C0,000 bonds. Passed until JanManager, P. O. Box 03, will havo them uary term. carefully filled. Hardin Barnes was appointed a commissioner to repair tho Ilnrdinshurg and EHaiucthtown road at David Horns, at a cost not to exceed $33. from Georgo Johnson exonerated working public roads in tho future. John Mendors was authorized to fill a pond on tho Ilnrdinshurg nnd Rig Spring rond, near Mrs Kayo's, and allowed $15 for same. Mrs. Mary Priest allowed 51 per month for 12 months. G. V, Beard .appointed committee. Mrs. Mary Hawkins samo allowanco for 12 months. Andrew Crawford committee. "Win. P. Boll was directed to oxamino tho Cloverport bridge and ascertain tho cost of raising tho samo and report at f Tokxco, HOUSE. Notice W. H. HERVEY J The Plumber and Natural Gas man has removed his shop to Pierce's Warehouse on the river front, and can be found there from this date. ANNOUNCEMENT. Tho Ulobo Roller Mill l now complete nnd ready to do business for tho public. Orders for anything la our line promptly flllod nnd custom work attended to on short notice. Cora and eco uf. HOOK, STOVES Oi nil kinds and Prices. Holiday Goods. HAEDWAEE Of Every Description. PUMPS, GBOSS-CU- T SAWS, GRATES, FLUE TILING, MANTLES 'Of all Kinds. MILLEUACO., llardlniburg, Ky. Fine Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. SPECTACLES. P 7 Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Saws. Belting, &c, &c. Iron Roofing for Sale or put on the building. Also you can get Toilet Articles, Tourists Outfits, anything made in the Tin, Copper TOOTH BRUSHES, and Sheet Iron line. OWEN DMS SPECTACLES, P""Guns and Pistols repaired. Combs, Hair Brushes, T J. L. MILLER, CLOVERPORT, KY. JL JI PRESCRIPTIONS fl Everything in the Drug Line. Prescriptions put up at all hours accurately. S1.C0 $1 as KB u9fc S3 in xn o trict was nut at I!0 centH ndvalorem and per capita, instead of 23 cents and pQYAl heretofore. Tho niiestion ot buildinc a briuco across ltoiigh Creek at Monastery ford was continued until novemner, low V. K. lthodes nnd Charles Miller, Sr., wero appointed commissioners. Mr. lticliard Shellinnn was directed to oxamino nnd report upon the cost of putting a bridgo across tho ford nt lJecch Fork and report at 'January term. Henry llnrned allowed $1811 for bis services as bridge commissioner for the past year. Tho salary of tho county judgo was put at tho usual amount, $600 per annum, and that of the county attorney nt $300. Bon T. Miller wero appointed The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness ut subsoil prices can be found at Thos. Adkisson, II. M. McOnry and n commit-to- o POWDER Absolutely Pure. January term. Mrs. Kliza Burks exonerated from pny- - three-fourth- A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. I , Tho otllco of bridgo commissioner was abolished. 0 Mr. John R. Jarboo was olectcd Take Notice. Keeper, defeating Mr. Taylor tho present incumbent, for tho A meeting of tho stockholders, of tho Mr. Atwood's. friends wero Gold Fortune & Mineral Company, will position. ho held nt tho ofllco of D. R. Murray, in somewhat surprised at tho action of tho ni .! nwrl rn Hin flrut Afnnilnv In I)flf!- - court in making tho change, as Mr. had mado a very ncceptablo olllccr ember, 1890. for tho purposo of electing during his control of thq poorhouso. lioard of directors. a Tho school tax in tho Cloverport ills-it. Ji. norce, rrcsnit'w. Poor-hoti8d, At-wo- to havo erected a now fenco around the court houso squnrc. The fence will bo put up at once, as the old ono has about rotted down. O. L. Tato allowed $38 for erecting stable on jail lot. Tho following persons wero exonerated from paying poll tax in the future : A. A. Siniloy, John II. Allon. Monroo Riclmrdson, Sam Carson, nnd "Wesley Douglass, Tho last Legislature passed an act re-- q dring tho yea and nay vote to be taken in tho Court ot Claims when allowing any claim ovor $50, and a majority in commission are required to vote for or ag dust such claims. Poor-hous- o Dr. J. K. Hayes was commissioner. Tho claim of J. t Carter for $.14 for repairing public road, was rejoctcd. Sir. uartcr win appeal. Tho sheriff was directed to pay the interest on tho county bonds outstanding nnd roport nt January term. Wc carry a lnrcc assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to 6iiit tho times. Below wc quote prices of Harness made from puro Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, 87.50, S9.0Q Saddles, $1.75, nnd $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1. 00. S2.50, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Ilorso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wbol Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to tho trade. We havo a largo line of Collars, Ilames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE., I. MAMBILEMW Boot, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and settle Immediately. Parties hold-In- e claims against the estate are also requested to bring tbera forward, properly proven fur settlement. SALE OF MILL, 110ILBH, KN0INE, AC. I will offer for salo to tbe highest bidder, on Saturday, December 13th, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. m., on tbe premlres near Union Star, a Saw Mill, Boiler and Knglne. Terms cash or a three months note with approved security. J. II. Lay, Administrator J, Q, Boot, Deceased. NOTICE. All person! Indebted to the eit&te of J. 0. ADHINISTRATOR'S All persons Indebted to tbe estate of Thos. F Satterfleld, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and settle Immediately Parties holding claims against tbe estate are also requested to present them properly proven for settlement, CIIAS. W. SATTKIIFIELD, Administrator. Fon Kknt. Ofllco formerly by Dr. J. K Brown, deceased. ITio occupied I'hytlclani recommend It, All dealers keen It. Jl.00 nor bottle. Genuine atxl cruuud rodllnes on wrapper. has Iruile-murt for iiySTei'mia Ilrown'e Iroa Hitter. ' . WHT "V VU u II .J?lB(rwannaviaBKICKBHTirT ' pMiwiia""w""wwwwwwBBwwwpMgP"i ..""'"' W.HHBBiBlKABiBBKUlBBLaaaAaiBlBBBiHiBaBHS'r " yi "V'j" ',"' wyj ywj" V?TJ . ., j'Vv' r KTSSSSSSlSSFSESSCSKlSSSSBilSBiSBVMStfBaailBaWBW(SMW H III! r- - o T""- " ; r "'r ir" .""i'nwt,"ij v -- - i ,T B '' THE TOBACCO Flying Through tho Air at the Rate of 200 Miles Fcr Hour. o Ereckenridge News. J.KSPOXS ON THK TARIFF. '.'And what li reciprocity?" "Why dearest, dun't jnu km ? ThelctlT Illustration III nature I can show. GROWERS. 'Now, you've (no red nod res; lips, And I've tiro arm, jrou lee; You give the flrrt, the ireond 1, . That's reciprocity." Qubtbtbe, "Now dun't experiment Till sure of your election j Tor pi, who tits in yonder room, Ilellercs iu straight protection." 4 'A i , f ' t Origin of Natural Gas. nt In a paper road before tlio rirent convention in liulinnnpolis, l'n.f. I X. Vim der Vy.U'iyn: "The tlipory of tlio origin of natunil gas is very.'wtnjile. It wits guncmtcil thou winds of yearn abound the. work of generation is still actively going forward and there need he no apprehension of the supply giving out." I'rof. Van der Wyde's theory it that natural gas is formed by water percolating downward until it conies below the level from which it can (low ofl' to the ocean and at last reaches the deepest htrata of the s eaith's crust: "At the temperature .'i,000 degrees Fahrenheit the constituent of elements of w ater, oxygen and hjdro-ge- u become separated. In some localities the oxygen u ill combine with metals, such as iron, and becomes oxidized from the water ascending from the lower, hotter strata, where the water was decomposed, while the liberated hydrogen will combine with the carbon and s of difforma number of ferent degrees, belonging to a series to which natunil gas undoubtedly belongs." To show that the gas has been formed for many hundred years, I'rof. Van der Vde points to the burning gas wells of J'alhn, in Kussiun Asia, where the gas escaping through fissures in the rock has been burning for centuries, and ho also points out from Chinese historical records that natural gas been evolving iu China for more than 1,00(1 years. There seems, then, to be no need to fear but that the same natural agency will con- in it pre fits. of thl iirthtg That the tinue its work iu its unseen and deeply tion bo authorized atPresident appoint aconvenor.ee to special buried laboratory and generate the gas committee of live to draft u charter for this orwhich is now so generously supplied for ganization. Seventhly Thut tlo present holder nnd yur daily comfoit. growers ot tobacco are urged not to push or hydro-carbonware-hbustubacco-growin- nually In tbli and adjoining State, la one of great value to the country, adi Ine largely to Its weiltb tnd commercial prosperity; and, Whkrkah, The clam of laborer engaged in tlio cultivation of tbli crop are generally men of small meant, and who rely exolmtvely uon the profits of thli cr p for their tupp rt and the support of their faoilll'i; and, AViikirASfJCbe ntice at wh'oh tobacco hat been telling In the marleti li less than the actual cost of It production, thereby t king from the labtirtr this trincipat mean of and reducing hi family In many caie to actual want, and, VYiifkkas, In tho opinion of the tobacco groweia ol Mr r tate, thia condition of thing exacting ha been brought about by exre-rlvchances and cntntnbaiona in the part or the ; ant, warehousemen U'iikiu as, 1 he tobacco grower of the State are unwilling to fobmit lunger to theie exaction and wrorga. and urn d t rmincd to cut loose from nil such astociat oni and comblra-tior- a and pell their oan tobacco in their own wiirehousca by their own gebt at such places and under such regulations a they be It may de m proper ! therefore, Itoolcnt, lhat e iitablisb a permanent nt the ti baecn gruwir ol the State, to be oil ed the Kentucky lobacco Growers' Arsociatinn, lor the purpose of co in th tie of I lie tobacco product in tie State. Secondly That we at once subscribe for and lake stock Id sucti an association to De formed uLdcr tl e Oi I einl Statutes, the barea of which shall lie f 25, limited, tu be taken by the tobacco glow. r The capital stock to be $1,000,01)0, vtlth right to orgaiiie Uion subscript! m of $100 000, each shareholder to be entit'ed to one vote lor each share of stock; no one person to bold more than fo.ty shares or $1,10 ol salt stock. TfonUy That ibe gmeral t Hirers of said oompenv shall be a President, Secretary and l h such number of 'Jrtaturir, and other officers as may be deemed nertssary by the Board of Munngemet t. The Hoard ol lllret tors shall consist of eleven member! in addition to the President, to be elected by the stockholder, to be so distributed over the State that all sections may be rrprestnted and no two directors shall be elected from one county. Fuvtlhli The puipose at.d burfnes of this company thall be to establish or select couvtnient tu the growers of tho crop In number and points to le determined by the diieilurs The board shall have powtr to conduct warehouse business on the plan. Ftjtlily That the President of this eonr is uuthorlied, with such committees a he may appoint, with fcr encb g county, to solicit subscription in the distiicts of the State to the capital stock ot this association, and that all gruwert of tobacco sbnll have tLe right and are invited to take stock in this association nnd share sup-port e n Resolutions Adopted at a Largely The Cincinnati Commerciql-GHzcttAttended Meeting Held at printsthc following remarkable article: Lexington. Aerial navigation ban at last been Wiucrkar, The crop of totarro railed ansolved by Messrs. K. J. Pennington and 13.00 FOR BOTH! -- : ll.llutler, whose, inventivo abilities have liecn very prominent and successful in tho mechanical line. Thousands of machines have been made from their It. TheBreckenridge News $t.oo A Year and 1890 :- - FRANK S.COOK, WOTIIIMt VIKW. Although some of the geological text books dNposo of this question in offhand fashion, there is still a good deal to be slid in favor of or against the virions thcoiics which hae been advanced. The case is an open one, and calls for fuither inu'stigation before definite can le reached which will meet with general acceptance. Very possible the final outcome of the discus, sion may be a concession that petroleum has originated iu more than one way, and this would at least a count for the maiked diflerenci s in composition and mode of occurrence, which have been so puzzling to the advocates of single hypothesis. The latest contribution to the literature of the subject is an essay by I'rof. Kdwaid Ortnn, on "The Trenton Limestone as a Source of Petroleum and Inflammable (ins in Ohio and Indiana." The first chapter of this issay reviews the theories as to the origin of oil and natural gas which have been pioposed. I'rof. Orton rejects the distillation which was adopted by I'rof. I. I'eckham in his monograph on petroleum, and by many other authoiities. lie agrees in the main with Di T. Stony Hunt, and his conclusions are formulat1. Petroleum is deiived ed us followsfiiim organic matter. '. It is more largely derived from vegetable than animal substances. :i Petroleum of the Pennsylvania typo is derived from the organic matter of bituminous shales and .is of vegetable origin. 4. Petroleum of the Canada anil Limn type is derived from limestones and is of animal origin. .". Pctiolcum has been pioduced at normal rock temperatures (in Ohio fields) and is not a product of destiuctive distillation of bituminous shales, (i. The stock of petroleum in the rocks is practically complete. It is hardly likely that a solution of the problem would he of much service as a guide to the pctiolcum prospeitor; but the matter is one of decided interest geologically, apart from any economic bearing. It is evident from the divergence of current views that present knowledge as to the history of both oil and natural gas leaves much to be desired, and hem i; studies like those of the Ohio geologist cannot fail to be ap-p- r dated. W'o would like to get somo absolute knowledge about petroleum before it is all gone.- - laigineering and Mining Journal. - sell their present crop of tobacco at prevailing low price.', it being the sense of this meeting lhat ti e ruling price now is not lairly remunerative to the grower. We further recommend that the quantity of tobacco to be raited next year be reduced in amount and improved in (Uility. We also condemn all false packing, belt Ting it to bo the injury of the grower Uiijhtlily we note with pleasure and pride tbe manly action of c rutin papers. Xvilltli) That we invite thn of tho tobacco growers ot adjoining States in TI at this movement. Some favor a tariff for revenue only, some a tarill'witli incidental protection, and r.oinc a t.irifT for protection, jterte; but a large majority favor the free use of Salvation Oil for cuts and bruises. An endless chain of certificates verify the excellence of Dr. Hull's Couli Syrup. 1'iice -- ' cents. The Boy of the Period. The bov who roams the street at night is receiving a good deal of attention iu the Kentucky press jiibt at present. It is generally agreed that the average boy in town is developing into a reckless, vicious animal. There me good reasons for believing this true, lie is icckless, rude and not infrequently vicious far beyond his years. A pretty start for the future American citien, "the stay and guardian of his country." As a consequence, he will grow up a shiftless, dissipated youth, devoid both of energy and moral character, doomed to become an inmate of the jail or almshouse. He is here; he is everywhere. And who is and will be responsible for him 7 His patents, most clearly. What business has he on the streets after night? And why is he let run loose? To contract bad habits? Keep him up Tiny, little, sugar-coate- d granules, are or be disgraced. An ounce of prevention is better than a whole barrel of what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are. The best Liver Pills ever invented; acmoral suasion. Union Local. tive, yet mild in operation; cure sick nnd bilious headaches. One a dose. An Enterprising Firm. run-dow- designs and inventions, and arc shipped to all parts of tho civilized world where they arc recognized as being of a supe$3 a year rior quality. These gentlemen's past careers have been noted for their highly Do you know The Christian Union? We have macjc a moral and social standing, and for libspecial and exclusive arrangement to send to each of our eral and advanced ideas in mechanics. mall subscribers a copy of this crisp and popular Family They have sold their patents and othPaper, by way of introduction. Let us tell you about it in er valuable inventions to the Mt. Car-mAeronautic Navigation Company, advance. Only a hint or two the way to know it is to read whose authorised capital is $10,000,000, it every weekv the majority ot stock of which is already It's a woman's paper helpful, entertaining, taken, and the company will proceed to The "Outlook" is a week's Supplements the daily paper sometimes t suggestive In all home matters. erect a mammoth plant at Mt. Cahiicl, supplants it. man's paper virile, inspiring, In the III., at an early day, covering many acres Each issue is made up on the issues of the' It's a forefront of all great movements. of gioitnd, and will work a vast army of week. The best writer to be found Boys and girls watch the mall for it. There gives his best thought on each vital topic. skilled and common labor in the conis good fun in its pages every week; bright stories and practical talks. struction of these air ships and other Sermons by America's foremost preachers. Sunday reading for people of every faith. "She Loved a Sailor," a powerful dramatic machinery. Tho directors have decided nearly every week story by Mrs. Amelia E. Uarr, peglns to manufacture ever thing needed in Pictures but make clear the not for art's sake, text. in late October, and runs four months. to. the construction of their machines from Railways and TJeasure Resorts of America. R. B Hayes saysr "The the raw material, even to the aluminum, e Any or descriptive circular Christian Union is a paper of propress. sent free to any Christian Union reader, which will be used in enormous qanti-tie- s. Its ideas, spirit, and aims are excellent. on application. It is hopeful, generous, effective." These plants will undoubtedly be the largest in the West. Messrs. PenBy special .arrangement we offer to extend your subscription nington nnd liutler are taking out patto this paper for one year, and send The Christian Union ents also on their aerial ship in all forone year to a new subscriber, for the very low combination eign countries. price named above. No other paper in town is able to There havo been several machines constructed that have been more or less make this offer. Don't miss this opportunity to secure two successful, but none have achieved that papers that you want, at o low a price. Address this office. degree of perfection that the aerial ship recently invented and patented by Messrs. E. J. Pennington and It. II. Butler. This machine bait all the important features necessary to make aerial navigation popular and practicable. The inventors have taken iu view safety, speed and comfort to make this mode of travel attractive; they have perfected their ship so that it is under the absolute control of the operator, and can bo raised or lowered at will, go to any given point and return, attain a speed of 200 miles an hour or conic to a standstill in mid air. The cost of construction is the great advantage of navigating the air, for all thatiis required are the ships and landing stations. There are no lobbies needed to work the Legislatures for charters; no right of way to buy; the air is free and space unlimited ; there mMiirMvrmmrrmrgwrMrwmMrwaKmwmMirgMBawMmTrm are no hills to circle or mountains to tunnel; no rivers to bridge or steep grades to climb; no suiveysare necessary, nor are there difficult feats of engineering to perform. Nature provides a straight route, with no obstacles to impede the way, and for a reasonable price each family can own its flying machine. The company will manufacture special cars for quick mail and passenger service, and when they are put in operation the business that will be developed canCartoria it Dr. Saml Pltchor' old, harmlc and qnlok ottra for not be computed. Asa means of comInfanta and Children Complaint. Superior to Castor Oli munication by mail it will almost if not Parcgorio or Warootlo gyrnp. Children cry for Cattorin. Milequal telegraphy, and the amount of lion of Mothers blc Catorla. mail carried will increase, to several " I recommend Castoria for children's Castoria cures Colic, Constipation : times what it is now. Sour Stomach, DlarrlioBa, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. AnciiEit, Jt. D.j aires healthy deep : also aids digestion ; Without uarcotlo stupefaction. IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K.Y. There's a patent medicine which is Tub Centaur Company, 77 Murray St., How York. not a patent medicine paradoxical as that may sound. It's a discovery! the golden discovery of medical science! It's the medicine for you tired, exhausted, nerve-waste- d men and women; for you f uflVrers from diseases of skin or scalp, liver or lungs its chance is witli every one, its season always, because it aims to purify the fountain of life the blood upon which all such A Suro Curo for ell Diseases, In diseases depend. The medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The makers of it have enough confidence iu it to sell it on trial. That is you pan get it from your druggist, and if it Arising from Impurities of tbe Bloody and doesn't do what it's claimed to do, you from Functional Derangements. can get your money back, every cent of it. A DEAD SPOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN That's what its makers call "taking the risk of their words." PREVENTION OF HOG CHQLERA. el world-history. time-tabl- The Christian Union LUMBER, SHINGLES, DOOHS,. SASH &c IBLiniTIDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS, LOUISVILLE, KY. i "Mention this paper. Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Building Material, v,k WSsii? 5 . 3T "e) S ; fiP$-J. il- - ur m i x ss i hm f,iV9Dvr y i 11 -- at- o&:i. wy sjnKr- - i Roofing,(M.iaio,shta8i,I'ime, Cement, &c. H,. vM$$M$4h (0)e m w i fvMWiHJMOVlkLL, 1WU. FtAHmiCr It J. BASSETT, Leitchfieia, gy. What is F. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY. Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department. ITCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department. STAPLE AND EANCY CASTORIA DR. ELLIOTT'S JEWELRY, GROCERIES, ' Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, Fruits A and Sewing Machines. REPAIRING SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. FREDRICK. KY. CA3M GEO. W.SWEAF1INGEN, PnEO. W. P. UNIOM NATIONAL BA Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, DIRECTORS. Win. V SURPLUS $12,500. Ottrr. P.r Ilillee. W. T Orant, C. G Strater, John G. Rnach. H W Wood, Fred HocrtJ Itaac V. Ilernhclm, W. V. DrummondLjohn Doerhocfer, James P. Curd, Henry llroclatun Pays Interet' on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Sale ol Bonis. Solicits yo.r ttusin'vj GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is as pleasant to the taste as lemon syrup. The smallest infant will take it and nover know Children cry for Chills once broken will not return. Tost yon only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. ITo purgativo needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than Medicated Food, HORSES. cure. it is medicine. it. Hever fails to Cattle, Sheep and Hogs It purines the quinine. It Ov ffixuT'. y CirMssar.B' 1" Lwmm '-- mem M malarial poison from the system. is as large as any dollar tonio an' RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. blood and removes at? H. Fisher, druggist, Cloverport, Heard X lieeler, JruggUtf, llardinaburg W. Went, general store, jl'reaton J. nibion .V Co. general pdie,, Fataile A POR SALE BIT i SSwSTwl& is " iTTiW BriMM A. R R. JL N TE D Pibii MiDiciNt Co., lirU, TtOD : rifftte keud nif ihrec Joieo f roar Orove'i Taste I wm leu Chill Tonl with the lot from jou lut lommcT The propW trt dt lighted ttllh H I g&Tt joor Chttl Tonlo to mme chiMrrn wtm wrr pale and awanhjr aal emacUtfd. ha.luc hajchruulo ehUla for montha iait oue vf them for a year, aod within thre weeka after heglnotnf with the Chill Ton la tbtj were hale and heart, with red aod roj C&Jka it ji&l Ilka a charm. tf, IV. 8T1NSOX, II. D. CoENiMTtiLE, Hot Milk as a Soporific. A physician recommends a cup of hot bouillon or hot milk, sipped slowly, but while still hot, before going to bed, as a better sleep inducer than all the opiates on the pharmacopeia as better even than a clear conscience, which isn't very good ethics, you know, but which may be very good medical doctrine not- . withstanding. At any rate, his explanation therefor is a solid one. The hot lluid taken into the stomach brings about an increased activity of the blood vessels of the stomach a slight temporary congestion, which relieves the overcharged blood vessels in the brain, and so induces a natural and refreshing sleep. To give this remedy its utmost potency t however, no food should be taken with it, not even a tiny wafer, and the liquid should be sipped as hot as it can bo borne.- - Detroit Free Press. i- - a This remedy is becoming so well known and m popular as to need up Bpecial All who havo uned Klectrlc mention. Hitters sing tho same song of praise. A purer tucdicino does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectric Hitters will curo all diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls, Halt lilicum and other affections caused by Iinpuro blood. Will drivo Malaria from the system and pre Babies cry because they miller, and vent ns well n& curo all Malnrial lovers. the most reliable remedy for the relief For curo of Headache, Constipation of their discomfort is Dr. Hull's Ilaby and Indigestion try Klectrlc Hitters. Syrup. Only 25 cents a bottle. Entiro satisfaction'gtmranteed or money A child learning its alphabet is someGo to G. W. Short for"C. C. 0. Certain refunded. I'rico f0 els. and $1.00 per If'C.C. C. Certain Cough Cure" is bottle at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., A innn sulfering times block-nldenot the best remedy you have ever used Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Colds and and J, A. Witt's, llnrdinsburg, Ky, c.itnrrli and not trying Old ftiiil'd with all Throat and Lung Diseases. for Coughs ami Colds your money will Catarrh Cure may be railed a blockFon Sai.k A thoroughbred Berkshire bo refunded. Sold bv O. W. Short. Have your Job work done at this office brood bow, J. I). Habbago. head. , Ma-s.in, An exchange puts it about right in the following: "If a newspaper man desires to know how generally his effusions arc read, let him publish someSchool District No. 45, thing that is regarded objectionablo by The attendance upon the public the persons who never tako a paper or schools of District No. 45, Hancock pay him It cent. Ho will wonder how county, was for tho first month 13, for they know these things were it) the pathe second month It), and for the ninth per, but wonder in Vain. There is eviweek 21. Tho following pupils deservo dently n vast amount of 'sponging' done. special mention for energy, interest and It might bo added that ho might say perseverance; Allen Ueatty, lloso Ma- nice tilings of a man and his family for son, Lucy Tucker, Mury Tucker, Flora ten years, and ho will never think it Tucker, KIsIo Tucker, Alfred Mason, worth while to say 'thank you,' but Covio Marlow, Kva Marlow, J. Cuinp-to- n make uncomplimentary notice of Jiis Stone, Mary J. Mason, David A. wife's second cousin, and ho vyill come F.liza Dewitt, Tttliu Ilovvman. in witli a club to have the slander cor(I. It. H.viuus, Teacher. rected." The ltauldatif Bros, of our city are now installed in one of their large storerooms of their elegant Slain street brick block of business houses. The total outlay contingent in erecting this creditable building will approach tlu) round sum of $2.',000 with a frontage of 1)0 feet by 100 feet in depth. The supervision of the edifice was entrusted to that experienced mechanic, A. F. Kennedy, vvlio projected all the architect's details. There are three capacious stores on the ground floor while the second story will be rented for ollices to agreeable applicants. This imposing building with the ground on which it stands cost the firm S25,000-$i:j,- 000 being for improvements. They have been selling dry goods hero for 14 years, having removed from Clover-por- t, where they were highly esteemed as honorable traders. The firm started life as humble salesmen and clerks, and, by economy, a strict attention to business and attending courteously to their customers, they have amassed a snug competence'. Henderson News. A Good Coon Story. Some chap bailed the Jim Guthrie coming up below Cloverport several nights ago witli a lamp. Capt. Hawkins crossed the river to land, when a voice came from the darkness : "Turn on yer light a minute, Cap." The light was turned on and tho plank was being lowered, vv hen a gun went on" with a loud report, a big fat coon fell with a "dull thud" from a high limb, and the man with the lamp shouted: "All right, Cap. Go ahead! Much obleeged to yer. Kf yer hadn't cum over an' throw-e- d yer light ontor that ash I'd 'er lost tho coon, bIio'." Tho Guthrie turned ofl tho light and steamed oil" up tho river, having assisted tho hunter iu capturing and killing Mr. Coon. Hon. Asli Carutli was a passenger on tho boat and enjoyed tho joko very much, Capt. Hawkins hasn't done anything sinco but smile. C.-.I. S. 0 Frank, general mdte., Mattinglr I. D. Addison, geLeral mdte., AddUnn Jonas Lyon, diugglat, Custer. Mattingly .t Kuisel, general mdse., Lijraan. Monrinnn & Ueeler, general rndte., Olendeane. W. X. Prury, general incise., llowleyyillo. Adkl8on & I.ydan, general uidse., Vfebstcr, W. K, Pool .V Co., general mdse.. Copitantlue. Dland it Miller, general uidse., Jolly. T. M. Mimmo, drugs and gon. mds.. Cutter. A. II. Morris Son., general mdse., Dig Spring Wm, Hill, general Jideo., Oarrett. Mitchell Ithodes, general tndee., ltbodella. T. A. Millar, general mde., Stephenfpnrt. S. M. Ilonninger. general mdse,, West View. A. A. lltchardsun, general mdye , Oarfielil. Walker Board, genaral tudjo,, llolt. 1j. Green, general uidso., Falls of Itougb. It. II. Ilraibear, drills .t groceries, Irvlngton, W. II. IUchardion', tlrandenburg Slmunton Sc Utile, general mdse,, I'atesville. -I Vim , Deo. 12, 1888. tlti AOR 3A.LB UY CLOVERPORT, K Is Cpnsumptipa Incurable?; Head tho following: Mr. C. II, Morris. Xowurk, Ark., says: "Was down with abscess of lungs, nnd friends and physicians pronounced mo an Incurable Consumptive. Hegan taking Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption,, am now on my third bottle, and abo to oversee the work on my farm. It is tho finest medicinu over made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, mvb: "Hud it not been for Dr. Icing's Kew Discovery for Consumption I would have dietl of hung Troubles. Was given up Jiy doctors- - Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free nt (J..AV, Short's, Cloverport, Ky.,nnd J. A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. : 'fc-- I without Iioiik' iKitruniigi, and every one is interested in keeping up a hoin? iwpor. If n raihi).ul or factory is wanted, ttye a are exjxfted to wonc for ft. If a public uicutuiK is wanted for any purpose, the newspaper is called ujion for a fiee notice. If any of the hocietjie.s have a supper or teceptioti tf any I;iid. the newhimiicr is esiiected to jive the neves-sar- y notice. The newsiiaier uniht puff the bchools and everybody else tiJadvance tho iiitomita of the business men of the place, and then give them a hundhonie notice when they pah away. And vet some of them do nothing to keep up a home new Helper. piipt-- r news-paiH-r- No t,onccriiniK Homo Pntronnxc cull bo published Single Strap Track HARNESS. Prico, $17. The Leather, Workmanship and Finish are oi tho vxky uest SATE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. , W'u can sell you i Harness at from SJ6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 8END FOR OATALOOUE. Uw Wf TlUH A0ME HANUFAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 00, "Yen, mnrriflgo is a lottery nnd I'm drawing n prizo," and tho young man laughed au ho pulled tho baby-couc- h up tho Htairs. Electric Bitterr. endless varieDemocrats know that for twenty yean Tin ty. I am now t'N has fought In the front lino for Democratic principles, never wavering or weakening back at my old In its lojalty to the true Interests of the party stand and reIt serves ,with ;fea.rlei8 intelligence and vigor, At times opinions have spectfully solicit differed as to the bet meat s of accomplishing the 'patronage of (he common purpoie; It Is not Tux Sun's the public. fault if lt,bas seen futber Into fbe mlllitone. Eighteen hundred and nlnty-on- e will bo a great year In American politics, nnd everybody should r ad Thi: Bus. Daily, per month, $0.20 Dally, per year, 0,00 Funday, per year, 2.00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 8,00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 0,70 , Weekly Sun, one year, 1,00 Addren TiikSun, New York, Some people agree uitli The Sun's opinions about men and things, and some people don't; but everybody likes to get hold of the newspaper wliloh Is never dull and never afraid to speak IU mind. 1891 HERE WE AHE AGAIN Furniture in wSp ! 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